Russia is ready to help in the decryption of data from the crashed in Ukraine Boeing
MOSCOW, 18 Jul — RIA Novosti. Russia is ready to provide international investigators with assistance in deciphering information from radar crashed in Ukraine, Boeing, accordi
Boeing 777 “Malaysian airlines”, EN route flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region of Ukraine. Killed all aboard 298 people.
“Despite the fact that Russia continues to wonder about the fact that in the Netherlands it took about three months to recognize the so-called technical hiccups, the Russian side is ready at any time to provide international investigators with the help of expert developers who are familiar with the system decryption information from the radar,” — said in the message.
The Ministry said that the radar data on the Malaysian Boeing was transferred to the Netherlands in the most detailed form, the raw that speaks to their authenticity.
Earlier media reported that the public Prosecutor’s office cannot decrypt the data from the radar, transferred to Russia, in the case of the crash in Eastern Ukraine of the Malaysian airliner and Dutch investigators have sent to Moscow a request to send additional data.