The Prosecutor’s office of the Netherlands can attach to the case about the crash Boeing in the Donbass made the media statement of one of the accused, the former leader of the so-called militants of DNR Igor Girkin (strelkov). About this TASS reported the official representative of Department of Brechtje van de Mosdac.
“Interviews can be added to the case, which is very large and contains a variety of documents,” she said. “However, it is not clear whether certain interview Girkin used as supporting evidence, – said van de Mosdac. I can’t say it now.”
Earlier, Girkin told the British newspaper The Times that he feels a “moral responsibility” for the death of the passengers of flight MH17 that crashed in the Donbass in 2014.
Passenger Boeing-777 of “Malaysian airlines”, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region, in the crash killed 298 people – citizens of ten countries. To investigate the tragedy set up a Joint investigation group (SSG), which included the representatives of Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine. In June of 2019, experts stated that it had established a group of four persons suspected of involvement in the incident. They are accused of that they took delivery of anti-aircraft “Buk”, which was shot down Boeing in Ukraine with Russia.
The trial began on 9 March in the Netherlands. With Girkin are another three people, his subordinates Sergey Dubinsky, Oleg Pulatov and Leonid Kharchenko. According to the investigation, Girkin, Dubinsky and Pulatov have Russian citizenship, and Kharchenko is Ukrainian. Pulatova interests in court are represented by a group of Russian and two Dutch lawyers, the trial of other defendants held in absentia.