Press secretary of Russia’s President Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin had doubts about the objectivity of the investigation team involved in the investigation into the MH17 catastrophe. It was reported by RIA-Novosti.
According to Peskov, Russia has always questioned the objectivity of the investigation team, since the Kremlin was denied the opportunity to participate in the investigation.
"You know that we have always questioned the objectivity of the investigative team, because we were deprived of the opportunity to participate in it. Speaking on the court’s decisions, we will not anticipate them, we will comment and analyze what happens, we will analyze the level of their proof, the evidence provided, etc.," Peskov said.
As we reported earlier, the Netherlands decided to classify the names of 12 witnesses in the case of MH17 disaster. Another one's request was denied.
Main Prosecutor of the Netherlands Fred Westerbeke claimed that the investigation left no doubts: the plane was hit by the missile fired from Buk M1, the Russian-made anti-aircraft missile launcher.