No rocket was fired from the territory controlled by rebels at that moment of MH17 crash: Kremlin
The Kremlin said on Wednesday that radar data showed that Malaysian airliner MH17 was definitely not brought down by a rocket fired from territory held by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine in 2014.
International prosecutors investigating the plane's downing have already report their findings
on Wednesday, saying the rocket was fired from a territory controlled by pro-Russian militants.
Asked about the report, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters that data obtained by the Russian military had already made it clear that the rocket had not been fired from rebel territory, but from elsewhere."First-hand radar data identified all flying objects which could have been launched or in the air over the territory controlled by rebels at that moment,"
said Peskov."The data are clear-cut...there is no rocket. If there was a rocket, it could only have been fired from elsewhere."