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21.12.2014 - 07: 01

In SBU admitted that the Malaysian "Boeing" could be shot down another aircraft

Malaysian "Boeing", which crashed on July 17 of Donbas, could be hit by another plane. This was announced on December 19 briefing in Kiev, head of the main investigation department of the Security Service of Ukraine Vasily Vovk, the correspondent of IA REGNUM.

According to him, members of the international commission of inquiry to investigate the circumstances of the crash "Boeing" found in the bodies of the passengers elements that may indicate lesions aircraft missile.

"In the bodies of the passengers there are elements that are not elements of the aircraft. There are reasonable grounds to say that the elements of the missiles, "- said Vovk.

At the same time, he acknowledged: the official Ukrainian version that the Boeing was hit by a missile from the Buk, released from a territory controlled by the rebels, is far from the only one. Investigators assume that the cause of the plane crash could be firing from another aircraft. "One of the versions is probably one of the main ones that the plane was shot down from the BUK complex from the territory that is controlled by" terrorists "from the DNR. But the version that was hit by an air-to-air missile is not excluded. We understand that the main version is the one that we all know, but as a lawyer I can not say that it will be final and will be confirmed, "Vovk said.

Recall, 17 July over the Donbas crashed Malaysian "Boeing-777». As a result of the disaster killed 298 people. In an interview with the Australian ABC television Poroshenko said that Kiev has evidence of involvement of volunteers in a plane crash and even photographs launch. "We have preliminary results ... that the attack was made from the territory controlled by terrorists under the auspices of the Russians. Rocket "surface to air" was delivered from Russia, and we have satellite photos of the missile launch, "- said Poroshenko.

A source: A REGNUM

Author: A REGNUM

Tags: Ukraine, Aircraft, Investigations