Russia: Bellingcat’s report on MH17 a “conspiracy theory”
12:33, 26 February 2016

Russia: Bellingcat’s report on MH17 a “conspiracy theory”

Russian Defense Ministry claims that their anti-aircraft defense complexes are not involved in MH17 crash

12:33, 26 February 2016

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation responded to Bellingcat’s report on the involvement of the Russian army in MH17 crash, informed RBC.

“None of the Russian anti-aircraft complexes crossed Ukrainian-Russian border”, - stated Deputy Head of press service and information department Aleksey Komarov.

According to Komarov, "conspiracy theories" of the journalist group have been numerously disproved by bloggers and experts. “Their report should not be taken seriously”, - Komarov pointed out.

Komarov emphasized that position of the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation about the MH17 tragedy hasn’t changed. “Russian Defense Ministry has publicly expressed its position concerning the reasons of the tragedy and alleged involvement of Ukrainian Armed Forces”, - Deputy Head of the department stated.

Earlier experts of the international investigation group Bellingcat in their report on MH17 tragedy announced that Putin and Shoigu are directly involved in the disaster

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