Netherlands Prosecutor's Office to present report on weapons by which MH17 was shot down
Investigation data will be submitted to court or tribunal
The Prosecutor's Office of the Netherlands reports that by the autumn it will present a detailed report about the weapon by which was hit the plane MH17 of Malaysian Airlines, crashed in the Donbas. The investigation is in its final stage, reports NU.nl.
It is noted that prosecutors have made "several requests" for legal aid from the countries involved in the case. In particular, Russia has not yet provided information about the system of anti-aircraft missile complex "Buk", from which the rocket on passenger aircraft was launched.
It is noted that the data will be presented in the form of a criminal investigation, which later shall be submitted either to the court or tribunal.
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