The employees of the Dutch justice would be able to check the restored hull of the plane and establish the nature of its damages. Then, the prosecutors and lawyers will hold the estimation.
Special attention will be paid to the form and size of the damages of the fuselage, crew station, other parts of the plane.
Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was shot down in the skies over Donbas on July 17, 2014. There were 298 people on board - 283 passengers and 15 crew members. They all died. This disaster, in terms of the number of deaths, became the largest in the history of civilian aviation since September 11, 2001. At that time, the area where the plane crashed was controlled by pro-Russian militants.
Earlier, Russia stated that it can no longer continue trilateral consultations with Australia and the Netherlands over the MH17 plane crash. In its turn, the Dutch Foreign Ministry summoned Aleksandr Shulgin, the Russian ambassador due to Moscow's decision to breach contacts with Amsterdam in consultations about the responsibility for the MH17 downing.