Kremlin: investigation of MH17 crash is doomed to failure
20:04, 1 October 2016

Kremlin: investigation of MH17 crash is doomed to failure

Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov also said that the investigation is doomed to lack of objectivity

20:04, 1 October 2016

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Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov, in an interview with "First Channel", said that the model of investigation of Boeing "Malaysian airlines", which crashed in Ukraine in 2014, is doomed to failure, reports the "TASS".

"The investigation can not be conducted on the basis of the paradigm that in a few minutes after the tragedy at the official level in certain countries authorities stand and say that Russia is to blame." If  it is conducting on the basis of this paradigm, then it consequently doomed to lack of objectivity, it is doomed to failure " - says Peskov.

Journalists reported that the plane was shot down from the Russian "Buk", which on the next day after the tragedy - 18 July, already was in Russia. The shot was done from the field near Pervomaiske (near Torez and Sneizhne).

At the moment investigation has about 100 names of people who might be involved in the transportation or use of this particular installation in Ukraine.

Recall, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs called the Ambassador of the Russian Federation in connection with the criticism of the Russian side of the MH 17 investigation. After this Russia plans to make a similar step and call an official representative of Amsterdam.

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