Russia emphatically disagrees with the conclusions included in the report of the Dutch Safety Board following a probe into the MH17 flight disaster, the deputy chief of Russia’s aviation agency Rosaviatsiya, Oleg Storchevoy has told the media, TASS reports.
“We’ve studied the document and I can say with responsibility that the Russian commission categorically disagrees with the report’s conclusions. These are fundamentally wrong and contradiction to logic is out of proportion,” he said.
“It seems the commission was picking evidence. The report does not have enough facts confirming the trustworthiness of the investigation,” Storchevoy said.