The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) adopted a resolution on the case of the Malaysian Boeing crash flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine in 2014, despite the fact that the assembly had nothing to do with her real investigation.
PACE stated that, “flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine in 2014 by a Buk missile provided to military formations controlled by the Russian Federation.” It is noted that evidence was taken as a basis, “which became available to the speaker with the help of the Ukrainian and Dutch authorities.”
Following the adoption of the resolution, the Parliamentary Assembly called on the Russian authorities to “cooperate in good faith with the ongoing investigation,” including providing “proper data from satellites and radars.”
At the same time, the resolution does not mention the need to provide data from US satellites, which were officially reported and which Washington refuses to provide to the investigation.
PACE also calls on Moscow to “officially apologize” to the relatives of those killed in the plane crash.
Earlier, the Dutch prosecutor’s office demanded that the court issued an arrest warrant all four defendants in the case of the crash of the Boeing (flight MH17) in eastern Ukraine in 2014. The Russian side has repeatedly noted that the accusation is based on the testimony of anonymous witnesses and posts from social networks.
Prior to this, the Dutch prosecutor’s office in the indictment concluded that the Malaysian Boeing (flight MH17) that crashed in Ukraine in 2014 was shot down by the Buk anti-aircraft missile system from the direction of the Pervomaisky settlement, which was under the control of the militias.