The President of Russia Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Najib Razak “on a tangent” discussed the crash of Boeing in the Donbass in the summer of 2014. This was reported by press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS.
“She [the subject] tangentially touched on in terms of the fact that the Prime Minister and the President stressed the need and willingness to conduct an impartial and full investigation,” he said. According to Peskov, Putin noted that “all parties, including Ukraine, needs to share the necessary information, because while it wasn’t.”
Informed that the plane crash may become the subject of discussion between the leaders of the countries, reported the assistant to the Russian leader Yury Ushakov.
Passenger liner flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed in Eastern Ukraine in July 2014. All aboard the people — of the 298 passengers and crew members died.
An international group led by the Netherlands, investigating the crash found that the plane was shot down by a missile “earth — air” with a warhead 9N314M of anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk”. From which side the rocket was fired, the report was never mentioned.