Final report on the investigation into the crash of MH17 in the region of Donetsk will be published in October 2015

Source : 112 Ukraine

The draft final reports are available to the accredited representatives of the participating States, they have 60 days to submit comments on the reports.
20:25, 1 July 2015


An international team of experts from Malaysia, Ukraine, USA, Russia, UK, Australia and the Netherlands have completed their work on the wreck of Boeing in the Donetsk region. During last two weeks experts have been collecting data and carrying out technical investigations in order to confirm or refute the version of the fall of the aircraft flight MH17. Currently the information is analyzed in the Netherlands.  The Dutch Safety Board that is in charge of the investigation prepared a draft of the final report, as it stated in the message of the Dutch Safety Board.

“The project of the final draft report is to be inspected by the representatives of Member States (delegates). They will have sixty days to comment on the report. Subsequently, the Security Council of the Netherlands will consider submitted comments and prepare the final report. It is planned that the final report on the causes of the disaster will occur in the first part of October 2015,” Security Council report said.

The plane crash Boeing 777 " Malaysian airlines ", flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, occurred July 17 last year over the territory of Donetsk region. It took place near Grabovo. All 283 passengers and 15 crew died. The investigation lasts for about a year. At the end of June 2015 the chief investigator with the Dutch National Prosecutors' Office Fred Westerbeke pointed that there are no formally identified suspects, but there is a group of possible suspects though", " NL Times". According Westerbeke investigators will soon obtain convincing evidence, and the most likely scenario of the disaster is SAM "Buk". Meanwhile, Russian Ministry of Defence denies the credibility of the claim that Boeing was shot down by a Russian air defense missile systems "Buk".

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