The Netherlands is delaying the investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing flight MH17 in an attempt to leave Russia under suspicion, said the first Deputy head of the defense Committee of the Federation Council Frants Klintsevich, commenting on the statement made by the Netherlands about the inability to decrypt the data provided by Moscow for the crash. “All this, at least, unprofessional. So many months of silence, and then suddenly stun” – he said, RIA “Novosti”.
Such “sluggishness” the Senator explained the desire of the West “by any means to cast a shadow on Russia.” Klintsevich believes that “the so-called investigation in the Netherlands deliberately trying to prolong as long as possible, leaving our country under suspicion”.
According to him, the time is delayed intentionally.
In turn, the Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Alexei chepa said that the messages of the Netherlands is more similar to “unsubscribe” to not use “unfavorable” information Moscow.
According to the Deputy, in such cases when you need to find the truth, you want to use any information that you provide, but, “apparently our information is disadvantageous for some”.
Earlier on Sunday, the Austrian newspaper Standart reported that Dutch investigators still are unable to decipher given Moscow information about images from the radar in the investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing flight MH17 over Donbass.
In the public Prosecutor’s office, according to the newspaper, said that the information allegedly provided in a format not corresponding to international standards, and announced that they intend to send Russia a request for the re-provision of these data.
In October it was reported that the Dutch Ambassador in Moscow passed a new Russian data on Boeing crash in Ukraine.