: :inin Kyiv (EET)

The film on the investigation of the tragedy with Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that was shot down by the Russian Buk missile complex


The fact that MH17 flight was shot down on July 17, 2014 in the Donetsk region in Eastern Ukraine by the Russian Buk missile complex is evidenced by the film of the investigation. It was was shown at a press conference in Kyiv to the Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin and head of the SSU (the Security Service of Ukraine) Valentyn Nalyvaychenko.

As it is reported, in the film is noted that:

“The SAM “Buk” transported through Ukraine tractor brand “Volvo”, “depressed” militants from one of the Donetsk enterprises.
July 17 night, the tractor was in the area north of the village, and then went on to Donetsk is not yet established route. At the investigative team has a record a telephone conversation between the two fighters, which suggests that at 9 am “Buk” was already in Donetsk with the crew.”

“Later, he was transferred in snowy through Makeyevka Zugres and Thorez. July 17 in the middle of the day, “Beech” seen in the snow, at this time he has been removed from the truck and went his own way.
At 16:20 near the village Hrabovo wrecked liner “Malaysian Airlines’ on board were 298 passengers.”

“Already on July 18 at 5 am truck “Volvo” with re-immersed “Buk” seen in Lugansk towards Krasnodona. According to another telephone recording, which is at the disposal of the investigation team, July 18 at 8 am SAM has left the territory of Ukraine and crossed the border with Russia.”

Earlier a metal shrapnel of BUK rocket was found on the the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. The international forensic experts and the defense analysts IHS Jane’s in London confirmed that the fragment matched the explosive charge of a BUK (Russian-made anti-aircraft missile system). This fact is the definite proof that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by Russian-made missile BUK.

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