TASS: Russia presented hard evidence in MH17 crash case, says security chief20 June 2019 | 11:53 | FOCUS News Agency
"We presented information, including technical and other data, it is hard evidence but it is not being taken into account," he noted. "We would like this evidence to be considered but they have no wish to assess it," Patrushev added.
Patrushev said that the Dutch investigators have named suspects in the 2014 MH17 downing case without providing evidence.
"As soon as the event occurred, the perpetrators were immediately named and they reduced this entire investigation to confirm their first assumption," Patrushev told reporters. "We don’t see any evidence that proves what they have said. And in general, in my opinion this has been an awkward investigation.".
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