Flight MH17 massacre: interceptions would confirm a Russian involvement
New evidence for the 2020 process
According to new wiretaps, the hypothetical relationship between the Kremlin and the separatists of the conflict in eastern Ukraine (known as the "Donbass war") regarding the Malaysian MH-17 flight incident in Ukraine in July 2014 was confirmed which killed 298 people while traveling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur (see AVIONEWS).
Attempts to recover the bodies were difficult due to the continuous clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatist rebels. The latter are the main suspects of the massacre: according to the Dutch international investigation team "Jit" (Joint Investigation Team) to blow up the Malaysia Airlines B-777 aircraft, it was a Russian-made Buk missile. This June, investigators have accused three Russians and one Ukrainian of being involved in the killing and the trial will begin at Schiphol in 2020 (see AVIONEWS).
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency