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MH17 case investigators can't decrypt Russian images from the radar
17:19, 29 January 2017
MH17 case investigators can't decrypt Russian images from the radar

Netherlands has already sent to the Russian side a request for the provision of suitable information

17:19, 29 January 2017

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The Prosecutor's Office of the Netherlands claims that received from Moscow images from the radars have a nonstandard format, which is making their decryption very difficult. It is reported by DW, citing dpa agency.

It is noted that the radar control data is transferred in a format that does not comply with international standards, and therefore investigators failed to use them to get a clearer picture of what happened.

According to the edition of De Telegraaf, Netherlands has already sent to the Russian side a request for the provision of suitable information.

Russia has provided investigators with requested data in October 2016 - shortly after in September an interim report of the international investigation group was published, in which the cause of the crash was called missiles series 9M38 launched from Buk military unit

, delivered to Ukraine from Russian Federation.

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