Dutch report published for the Malaysian plane crash over Ukraine

Dutch report published for the Malaysian plane crash over Ukraine

10/13/2015 11:38 GMT

Dutch report published for the Malaysian plane crash over UkraineAgencies – Dutch Safety Council published Tuesday a final report on the flight MH17 Malaysian number that exploded above the atmosphere in the Ukraine in 2014, was killed in the incident and all the passengers and the plane’s 298 passengers.
Preliminary findings of the report that the plane hit the “high-energy sources outside of the plane,” This raises speculation that the reason may be surface-to-air missile.

According to Western countries, and Ukraine that rebels loyal to Russia were responsible for the shooting down of aircraft Boeing 777, but Russia says the missile was fired from territory controlled by the Ukrainian, will not disqualify the report blamed on any one hand.

The plane, which was on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur has crashed in eastern Ukraine area controlled by the rebels on July 17, 2014 at a time when the conflict in which between government forces and separatists loyal to Russia at its peak, was among the victims, 196 Dutch and 10 Britons.

Dutch Safety Council and presents the results of the report to the families of the victims, and then displays them on journalists at a conference at a military base in the Netherlands.

It also displays parts of the plane were found in the Donetsk region controlled by the rebels, and was re-installed.

The report looks at four key issues:

The reason that led to the crash of the plane in the air, and the reason centered over the conflict zone, and the cause of the victims’ families waiting four days to collect their official confirmation that their relatives were on board, and to what degree the passengers and crew are aware of what is happening during the last moments

The Board shall have the power, which enables him Blum any party, in accordance with the rules of any international investigation into the plane crash control.

It is expected that the achievement of a Dutch forensic team published its findings on the incident within a few months.