The evidence of Russian experts on Boeing are unlikely to be taken into account - aviation expert
Moscow, July 16. The international commission investigating the crash of the Boeing Malaysian Ukraine, under any circumstances, will not take into account Russia's position and operational data of domestic experts, convinced military analyst Alexander Alexandrov.
"The legal assessment of what happened should give the international commission. Russia is present only as an observer. I doubt that the data that we offer will be accepted. Previous reports were not taken into account, not included in the official investigation, "- said military analyst Alexander Alexandrov on the TV channel LifeNews.
Russia has repeatedly tried to provide the international commission your data about the crash. And in their adequacy could be no doubt. "In this situation, the foreign experts are engaged in a neat position. We have not received any response and reply to all the data we have articulated. With regard to the information provided by us, the images of moving SAM "Buk-M1", which at that time were in the territory of Donbass, have been provided, made public, but have not been taken into account. No they did not respond. The same goes for the developers of this type of weaponry - Concern "Almaz-Antey". Their data in any case can not be ignored. This is first-hand information. The fact that they have been made public only proves that it was a missile of SAM "Buk-M1", "- said the expert.
Recall that today against the establishment of the tribunal in the case of Boeing crash near Donetsk by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. In his opinion, it is premature and counterproductive. He said this in a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte. Putin commented on the publication of extracts from the final report of the investigation on the downed plane flying flight MH17.