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Russia claims MH17 crash investigation stalled

Russia claims MH17 crash investigation stalled

25 August 2014 | 14:35 | FOCUS News Agency
Moscow. Russia complained Monday of a failure to release details of the investigation into the Malaysian jet that crashed in Ukraine in July, accusing international investigators of lack of transparency, AFP reported.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov queried why the recordings from the plane's black boxes had not been released publicly and said he had the impression that "everyone else has lost interest in the investigation."
Dutch investigators leading the probe said early this month that they would release an initial report "in a few weeks."
A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 exploded over insurgent-held east Ukraine on July 17, killing all 298 on board, with the West accusing Russia-backed separatists of shooting it down and Moscow blaming Kiev.
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