MH17 investigators to visit Moscow this week - TASS
The investigation team dealing with the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash in Ukraine plans to visit Moscow this week, Russian news agency TASS reported referring to Wim de Bruin, the spokesman for the Dutch chief prosecutor's office.
"Experts are visiting Moscow on July 5-6," TASS quoted Wim de Bruin as saying. It is reported that investigators will discuss issues related to the MH17 plane crash.
The Malaysian plane MH17 heading from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur was downed over Ukraine on July 17, 2014, killing all 298 people on board. The analysis of the damaged pieces of salvaged plane wreckage showed the board had been shot by a Russian-made surface-to-air BUK missile. This was later confirmed in the final report of Dutch Safety Board.
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Criminal investigations are still ongoing but the Dutch Safety Board has determined the plane was targeted by a Russian-made warhead launched off a surface-to-air-missile system by pro-Russia separatists in a conflict zone of Ukraine near the Russian border.