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Briefing by Russian aviation: "plane crash" Boeing "Flight #MH17: one year later"

Briefing by Russian aviation: "plane crash" Boeing "Flight #MH17: one year later"

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July 16, 2015

Before journalists made an authorized representative of the Russian Federation in the investigation of the disaster, "Boeing" in Ukraine, deputy head of the Federal Air Transport Agency, Oleg Storchevoy.

The Russian side is not satisfied with the international investigation into the disaster Malaysian "Boeing" near Donetsk in July 2014. LifeNews broadcast briefing deputy head of the Federal Air Transport Agency Oleg Storchevoy.

The Russian side has something to say, and to oppose the results of the investigation catastrophe conducted by the Dutch authorities, said Oleg Storchevoy.

- We have a lot to say about this document, and so much to oppose its individual theses, - he said. According Storchevoy, with Russia actively supports and participates in the investigation and gave the Dutch side, all data about the crash of a Malaysian "Boeing", including satellite data and information from a radar station in the Rostov region.

- Unfortunately, we have no access to the full content of the investigation, - he said.

Oleg Storchevoy said that the Russian company "Almaz-Antey" previously presented its analytical report with calculations regarding the catastrophe "Boeing." The report was presented by an international group of experts, who are investigating. However, according to Storchevoy analysis "Almaz-Antei" does not say clearly that the airliner was shot down by a rocket was fired complex "Buk M1".

Recall, on the eve of the American TV channel CNN reported citing its sources, that the Dutch experts suspect in launching rockets at "Boeing" militia DNI. According to the channel, the day of the disaster area from which the rocket was launched, allegedly controlled by the defenders of the Donbass.

However, Russia's Investigative Committee previously presented his version of what "Boeing" was shot down by a missile of class "air-to-air" published Ukrainian fighter.Representative IC Vladimir Markin told CNN after the publication of this version is now a priority and is based on the testimony of Ukrainian soldier.

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