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Russia’s Rosaviatsia Tells MH17 Families That Dutch Investigation Is Biased

In a minute to a kin of a victims of a Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency Rosaviatsia has called on them to direct transparency, objectivity and potency from a Dutch review into a tragedy, a TASS news group reported Tuesday.

The minute from Oleg Storchevoy, emissary conduct of Rosaviatsia, points out that Russia has regularly remarkable a unusual privacy and disposition of a Dutch investigation.

The Netherlands contingency explain because a technical review lasted for so prolonged and resulted in epitome and deceptive results, Storchevoy pronounced in his letter.

The minute is dictated as a response to a minute sent by a families of a victims to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Dutch authorities abandoned information supposing by a Russian side, according to Storchevoy’s letter.

The luckless newcomer airliner was drifting from Amsterdam to a a Malaysian collateral of Kuala Lumpur when it crashed in Donetsk in war-torn eastern Ukraine in Jul 17, 2014. All a passengers on house — many of them Dutch nationals — died.

The craft was downed by a Buk surface-to-air barb dismissed from domain in eastern Ukraine tranquil by Russian-backed separatists, according to a Dutch investigation.

The Russian manufacturer of a Buk barb system, Almaz-Antey, claims a barb was launched from domain tranquil by a Ukrainian army during a time of a shootdown.

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