Lavrov compared the investigation of the crash MH17 case Skrobala

Lavrov compared the investigation of the crash MH17 case Skrobala

SAINT PETERSBURG, may 25. /TASS/. The investigation of the crash Boeing in the Donbass is reminiscent of the case Skipala — no evidence. This was stated to journalists on Friday, Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov on the sidelines of SPIEF.

“Very similar to the case Skrobala when he said “Highly likely it’s Russian”, but then said that the investigation is ongoing, and it will take time — said Lavrov. — There is a feeling of deja vu, if our partners decided in this case, when talking about the deaths of hundreds of people to speculate on this in order to achieve their political goals, leave it on their conscience”.

The Minister also noted that his colleague from the Netherlands Stef Blok failed to provide evidence linking Russia to the plane crash.

Today I called the Minister [of foreign Affairs] of the Netherlands, said, what is already known. Said they have no doubt that the Buk came from Russia. I asked him facts that prove these claims. He told me no evidence is not cited.Sergey Lavrovgave foreign Ministry 8фотографий8фотографий8фотографий

The investigation into the crash

Passenger plane Boeing 777 company “Malaysian airlines”, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in the Eastern Donetsk region, killing 283 passengers and 15 crew members — citizens of 10 countries.

A joint investigation group (SSG), which includes representatives of Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine, may 24 published the interim results of its investigation. According to investigators, anti-aircraft rocket launcher, which was launched missile brought down “Boeing” could be imported from Russia and belong to the 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade near Kursk.

The defense Ministry, commenting on the conclusions of the SSG, denied the allegations, stating that neither anti-aircraft missile complex of the Russian Armed forces never crossed the Russian-Ukrainian border. The Ministry also noted that Dutch law enforcement authorities have presented satisfactory evidence clearly indicates the involvement of the calculations of the Ukrainian SAM “Buk” to the destruction of the aircraft.