The official representative of the Attorney General of the Netherlands Wim De Brown said that Russia did not provide the international investigation team with primary radar data related to Malaysian Boeing-777 crash over the Donetsk region in the summer of 2014, the European Pravda reports.
Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said that a few days before the publication of the report on the MN17 crash by the investigation group, Russian experts gave the raw data from the radar, but the investigators allegedly ignored the transmitted information.
“No, we still have not received anything from the Russian Federation. They did not give us any information in this regard. Yes, we do know about the alleged existence of the radar data, but, like you, only from the publications in the newspapers and public speeches of the Russian Federation representatives,” said Wim De Brown.
According to him, representatives of the Dutch prosecutor's office will not be publicly refuting the statements by representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
“No, we should not be engage in it. That is the matter of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs,” said the representative of the prosecutor's office.
According to the report by the international investigation team, the plane was hit from the Buk missile system delivered from the Russian Federation and then evacuated back to Russia.
A total of 283 passengers, including some 80 children, and 15 crew members were killed in the MH17 crash.