Media found documentary evidence of the transfer of Russia to Ukraine installation “Buk”, which was shot down Malaysian Boeing MH-17 on 17 July 2014.
Thus, the connection of the crash with the movement of Russian military equipment was discovered by the journalist of “Novaya Gazeta” Paul Kanygin.
It is noted that the order of publication was documents about the security of troop movements on the roads of Russia in June 2014. They imply that more than 170 Russian military air defense units were located near the border with Ukraine.
Earlier, the international investigation team (JIT) investigating the tragedy established that a Buk missile belonged to the 53rd air defense brigade of the Russian Federation and was moved from Kursk.
This fact was confirmed by telephone the duty officer at the 11th regional military automotive Inspectorate (VAI) captain Belyaev on 22 June 2014. He gave the order to organize support for military equipment. It is noteworthy that the same document confirms the Bellingcat investigation that the personnel of the 69th brigade took part in the movement of equipment from Kursk.
Analyzed was also the document signed by the Colonel of the 69th brigade Aladin, which confirmed the convoy’s route, from 23 to 25 June from Kursk to Millerovo military base on the border with Ukraine.
Published also an extract from the order of the commander 32406, which is tasked to provide meals for personnel on the border with Ukraine.
At the same time, journalists have noticed an important detail – the staff arrived in Millerovo three weeks earlier than their technique. Military enlisted in the boiler security and immediately removed from it.
“Judging by these details, protivorakety clearly not going to stay long with “combat duty” in 30 km from the border and with suhpaykom like went from Millerovo to another place. Is it really so? And how to explain that soon one of the cars Kursk air defense brigade was seen on the other side of the border?” – said Kanygin upon review of all documents.
- Boeing-777 of Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17 2014 in Ukraine. On Board were 298 people, they all died.