The Federal air transport Agency explained the transfer of raw data to the Netherlands for MH17

Russia in October 2016 was sent to the Netherlands to the raw data from the radar station (radar), clearly describe the real traffic situation at the time of emergency with flight MH17 in the Donbas. On Saturday, February 18, reported on the website Rosaviation.

Information from the locator was handed over to the Dutch side in the most detailed form — raw. This fact automatically proves its authenticity and exclusivity, highlighted by the Federal Agency.

The representatives of Federal air transport Agency explained that the data provided is information circulating within the radar, which is a specific professional equipment and always has its own encryption format information.

The Netherlands has requested radar data format ASTERIX. However, it is the transmission of information in processed form. In this case, it will be impossible to see even a quarter of what shows primary info within the locator, said experts. Fata added that is ready to provide the assistance of its experts to decode the information.

In late January, the Deputy head of the Federal air transport Agency, Oleg Storchevoy accused the Netherlands of deliberately delaying the investigation of the disaster MH17. The official expressed surprise at the fact that the experts in this country for three months are unable to decrypt the data from the radar.

In the same month the Dutch government announced plans to send a new request to Russia to obtain information from the radar.

“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.