Bellingcat, a British investigative company, which conducts the investigation of the MH17 tragedy, demanded Russia’s delegation to UN to provide evidence of its statements on the allegedly false accusation of Russia, as it was reported on the company’s Twitter page.
Bellingcat would like to invite everyone to reply to this tweet, with requests that Dmitry Polyanskiy, the First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN, presents his evidence that Bellingcat and the JIT are using fake #MH17 evidence.https://t.co/pe6lSPo2VR— Bellingcat (@bellingcat) June 9, 2018
Such answer was published after Dmitry Polyanskiy's post in Twitter.
1/2 #MH17 is a terrible tragedy. No words can comfort those who lost their belowed ones. Russia wants accountability for real perpetrators of this crime and is ready to work to establish the truth. But #JIT and #bellingcat claims are based on fakes... https://t.co/AoDZplqRSz— Dmitry Polyanskiy (@Dpol_un) June 9, 2018
As is known, Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines, flight MH17 was on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur, when it crashed in the militant-held area of Donetsk region in July 2014. The aircraft carried 298 people; no one survived. Experts found out that the passenger plane was shot down by a missile, fired from Buk, the Russia-made anti-aircraft missile launcher. The weapon was brought to Donbas by pro-Kremlin militants. Moscow has been denying any ties to the disaster.
As we reported the investigators from the Netherlands found another confirmation that MH17 plane was shot down from Russian 'Buk' missile system. Particularly, they got fingerprints from the ammunition.