"The MH17 documentary will be released on Sunday, March 4," the report says.
The film will address the challenges that the investigators encounter during the investigation in the place of the disaster.
"But the film will not answer the main question - who is to blame," the message notes.
As it was reported earlier The Insider and Bellingcat conducted a joint investigation on establishing the key figure sought for the downing the Malaysian Boeing MH17, “Delfin”.
Although Delfin’s exact role in the downing is unclear, the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (JIT) is specifically looking for him, which testifies him being a key figure in the tragedy. The Insider and Bellingcat established that it must have been Colonel General Nikolai Fedorovich Tkachev, currently serving as the Chief Inspector of the Central Military District of the Russian Federation.
Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines, flight number MH17, was destroyed while performing a regular flight from the Netherlands to Malaysia in July 2014. The tragedy took place in the sky over the militant-held section of Donetsk region. All 298 people aboard deceased; most of the victims,196, were Dutch, but there were citizens of other nine countries as well.
The international investigation group found out that the civilian aircraft was downed by the surface-to-air missile; it was fired from Buk, the anti-aircraft missile launcher, which belonged to a unit of the regular Russian army and was operated by servicemen of Russia’s armed forces. The group decided that the perpetrators of the tragedy will be judged in the Netherlands, namely in the ICCT.