Russian specialists were denied in full access to the investigation of the MH17. This was reported by RIA News.



Earlier the Netherlands specified a date for publication of the final report on the crash of Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine. It will be published on October, 13, 2015. This was stated in the Security Council of the Netherlands.


Before the publication of report will be a closed meeting between investigators and relatives of the victims of this tragedy. Experts will speak about main findings during it.


It is expected that invitations to relatives on this meeting will be send out in September.


The Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur (flight MH17), crashed on July, 17, 2014. 298 people died. Kiev blamed in the collapse militias, but they said they didn’t have the means that would bring down an aircraft at such height.


The Netherlands published a preliminary report on the accident, confirmed that the plane broke up in flight due to «structural damages caused by external influences of many high-energy facilities». However, the source of these objects hadn’t been established.