Dutch authorities have presented their reports to the families and relatives of victims killed as a result of the Malaysian Boeing crash with the citizens of the Netherlands being on the board, in live reports BBC.
The Security Council of the Netherlands said that Malaysian Airlines plane, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down over the zone of military conflict in Ukraine July 17, 2014. As a result, 283 passengers were killed, including 80 children, and 15 crew members. Most of the dead were of Dutch nationality.
Experts say that the plane was shot down by the object of high energy from the outside, and that this object was a Buk missile produced in Russia. According to the report, when a missile hit a flight deck, all the people who were inside instantly lost their consciousness. This information Dutch investigation shared with family members at a meeting.
Reporter Sean Walker says that the Russian Almaz-Antey Company unveiled its own version of the crash to divert attention from the Dutch report. According to his reports, Russia accuses Ukraine of the crash. To this end, the Russian Federation having conducted an experiment with the Buk missile and the IL-86 air jet, claimed the Buk missile could not cause damage revealed by Russian expertise. According to Russian experts, only Ukraine has missiles capable of doing such damage.