The list involved in the crash of MH17 will not be made public until the presentation of suspicions, – GPU

The list of persons involved in the collapse of the Malaysian “Boeing” in the Donbass, will be released only after all individuals will be notified of the suspicion. Comments about this “112 Ukraine” said the Deputy Prosecutor General Evgeny ENIN.

According to Enina, distributed information about the fact that 2 January will be announced the names of 120 defendants in a criminal case, is not true.

“No names until the investigation neither the Ukrainian nor the Dutch are not ready to publish… as soon As the investigation is completed, the relevant group of persons will receive a notification of suspicion. After that there is a plan of the relevant criminal proceedings in the Dutch court,” he said, adding that this list really exists, but it does not include 120 people.

The Deputy Prosecutor General noted that not announcement of suspicion associated with carrying out procedural terms, explaining in detail how it will look this procedure.

“Today we have practically agreed algorithm. Once the investigation is completed, the Dutch side will come to us with a request to consider the transfer of criminal proceedings the Dutch jurisdiction, the relevant person will receive a notification on suspicion, appropriate criminal proceedings will be registered and transferred for further investigation to the Dutch jurisdiction and that is where they will stand trial. If the question of jurisdiction over citizens of Ukraine, that these persons, according to KU, can’t be extradited to a foreign state. Their readings will be provided via teleconference, the verdict will be decided by the court of the Netherlands. In the future the Dutch side the lead sentence in Ukraine. In the future, these persons may, at its discretion, request the sentence to be served on the territory of Ukraine and on the territory of the Netherlands”, – he said.

We will remind, the plane the Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down by a Russian Buk launcher on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region.

A joint investigation team under the leadership of the Prosecutor’s office of the Netherlands has announced the first official preliminary results of the investigation. The report States that anti-aircraft missile launcher “Buk”, from which knocked “Boeing”, were delivered to the territory of Ukraine from Russia. The site of the missile launch – the village of Pervomayskaya, which was under the control of militants, controlled by Russia. Among the suspects, according to the report, consists of about 100 people. In turn, the Kremlin said that the report cannot be considered “final truth” and the conclusions of the investigators in Moscow called “preliminary”. In addition, the Russian foreign Ministry called the report “biased”.