Dutch investigators have found it difficult to decrypt the data from Russia on MH17

Briefing of the international investigation team

Dutch investigators were unable to decipher the materials on accident “Boeing” in the Donbass, transferred from Russia to the Netherlands in October 2016. It is reported by the Austrian newspaper Standard.

On 28 January, the representative of the Dutch Prosecutor’s office said in Amsterdam that the data was provided in a format different from international standards. To decode the experts need more information from Moscow.

As stated in the Ministry of security and justice of the Netherlands, investigators must determine whether these technical data primary radar information from the disaster area.

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The Dutch-led international investigation team, establishing the circumstances of death of “Boeing” continues its work. The interim results were released in September last year. Then the experts said that anti-aircraft complex “Buk” with which the aircraft was destroyed, delivered to Ukraine from Russia, and then taken back. According to experts, the missile launched from the territory which was then controlled by the militia.

Moscow has criticized the investigation, calling it a substandard and politicized. The foreign Ministry urged the experts to look at the facts and work with reliable information, the defense Ministry said that the systems “Buk” the Armed forces never crossed the Russian-Ukrainian border.

In the Kremlin, the international panel predicted the failure in that case, if the experts do not obstreperous the version about the guilt of Russia in the incident. At the same time, the government note that you should wait for the final conclusions, which are expected to be announced until 2018.

“Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines, EN route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17 crashed on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region. All 298 people on Board were killed, most of them were nationals of the Netherlands.