The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia will be the Ambassador of the Netherlands because of the report on the MH17

MOSCOW, 30 Sep – RIA Novosti. The Ambassador of the Netherlands in Moscow renée Jones-BOS 3 October will be summoned to the Russian foreign Ministry said in a statement the foreign Ministry. She will explain the reasons for rejection by Moscow of the working methods of the Joint investigation team that lead the investigation in the wrong direction

“The foreign Ministry of Russia got acquainted with the press release of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands according to the results taken 30 September demarche against the Russian Ambassador in the Hague. Pay attention the total rejection of the Dutch party to any, even thoroughly well-reasoned criticism published interim results of the criminal investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing in the sky over Ukraine 17 July 2014”, — the document says.

The foreign Ministry expressed surprise that the preliminary results of the Intrusive activities of SSG are presented as the only true and does not tolerate any doubts and objections.

As noted by the official representative of the foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, the Ambassador would claim that to ignore Russia provided important objective information — is unacceptable.

According to her, this approach undermines the collaboration of Russian experts with the investigation, and also compromises efforts to establish the true picture of the tragedy and bringing those responsible to justice in accordance with resolution 2166 of the UN security Council.

The report of the international investigation team claimed that struck the Boeing Buk missile system was delivered from Russia, and then returned back. The Russian foreign Ministry declared bias of the investigation, the findings of which are based only on data obtained from Ukraine. Experiments of concern “Almaz-Antey” also confirm that the Boeing was shot down from territory controlled by Ukrainian army.

The investigation of the disaster Malaysian Boeing flight MH17