Investigation to issue warrant for arrest of Igor Strelkov-Girkin and 3 more people in MH17 crash case

Investigation to issue warrant for arrest of Igor Strelkov-Girkin and 3 more people in MH17 crash case

On July 17, 2014, Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines, which operated the MH17 flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed in the sky over the Donbass. As a result of the accident, 298 people died.

The international Joint Investigation Team (JIT) has issued arrest warrants for four people who, according to their data, were involved in the crash of the Boeing 777 flight MH17 in the sky over the Donbass in 2014. The press conference is broadcast on the YouTube channel of the Dutch police. 

The people in question are Sergey Dubinsky (alias Khmury), Colonel Oleg Pulatov (Gyurza), Colonel Igor Strelkov (real name Girkin), and a Ukrainian, Leonid Kharchenko (Krot). 

On July 17, 2014, Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines, which operated the MH17 flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed in the sky over the Donbass. As a result of the accident, 298 people died.

According to JIT, the plane was shot down from a Buk self-propelled anti-aircraft complex, which is listed in the ownership of 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade based in Kursk. After the crash, the Buk was transported back to Russia.

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