Peskov said mutual distrust in connection with the investigation of the crash “Boeing” near Donetsk
Moscow. May 25. INTERFAX.RU Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the report of the Joint investigation group (SSG) at Malaysian Boeing MH17, shot down over the Donbas in the summer of 2014, described the situation around the investigation as an absolute mutual distrust.
Peskov on Friday asked why, according to the SSG report, the Russian side has concealed information about the fact that the 53rd brigade from Kursk was involved in the East of Ukraine, could this be the cause of further distrust of Moscow, with the result that the Russian side does not attract to the investigation.
I can only say that there is an absolute mutual distrust. And I can not say more, because I do not have all of that technical information.Dmitry Pescovitz Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation
The Kremlin does not know how much to trust the conclusions of the international investigation team investigating the crash of Malaysian “Boeing”, but categorically reject the charges of the Netherlands and Australia in the responsibility for this tragedy.
“The investigation, which was conducted in the Netherlands this investigation team, it did not include the Russian side, while Ukrainian side was represented. And, of course, not being able to be a full member of the investigation team, Russia does not know to what extent you can trust the results of this work”, — said Peskov.
However, he did not comment on the words of the Dutch foreign Minister, who said that Russia could offer compensation to the relatives of victims of the crash “Boeing”. “Contact the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia”, — he said.
On the eve of an international group of investigators said fired at a civilian “Boeing” in the Donetsk region in July 2014 the missile and the Buk missile system was brought to the Donbass of military units at Kursk.
“Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 Amsterdam (Netherlands) — Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) was shot down in the skies over the Donetsk region on 17 July 2014. On its Board there were 298 people, they all died.