Boeing MH17 International Commission to report on rocket launch site and type
At first relatives of victims will receive this report and then it will be published on September 28
International Commission of Inquiry of the tragedy of the Malaysian Boeing MH-17 will present a report of the rocket launch that brought down the plane and the type of weapon on September 28. The Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Gennadiy Zubko announced this, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"First and foremost the report will be available for the relatives, the first who need to get information about the place and the type of the weapon", he said.
Zubko added that the report will be presented to the relatives of the victims on September 28, after which it will become open to public.
Recall that a "group of "British investigative journalists "Bellingcat has claimed to find evidence that July 21, 2014 the Russian Defense Ministry presented a series of false and fake information.
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