Dmitry Peskov: Certain information about MH17, provided by Russia, is being ignored

Russian president’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated that the Investigation team on Malaysian Boeing crash has been ignoring certain facts provided by Russian experts for no good reason.

According to Interfax, he says that Russia “repeatedly expressed its concern about the lack of an adequate level of cooperation and involvement of Russian specialists during the investigation”.

Final report on crash investigation of Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines will be published on October 13th. According to the Dutch experts, during 15-month investigation they were able to determine the cause of the airplane crash. The report will be handed over to UN Security Council.

“The published version of the report will be carefully inspected by our own experts”, – Peskov said on Monday, noting that the report had “some leaks, but the authenticity of those leaks is under the question”.

Passenger flight of Malaysia Airlines, departing from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed over the eastern Ukrainian region on July 17, 2014. All 298 on board died.