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Results of a specific probe were made public at the website of Russian Defense Ministry.
The results of a probe conducted by the Defense Ministry are available in Russian and English here.
“The quality and arguments, which Ukrainian Security Service produces today for accusations against Russia, do not stand any criticism,” Russian military agency said.
“This can be stated unequivocally that, according to the data of the Russian space control system, Ukrainian satellites Sich-1 and Sich-2 did not fly over mentioned territories from 6 am until 9 am GMT on July 12, 16, 17 and 18,” the expertise returns indicated. “At the time marked on the satellite images over the air crash zone U.S. electronic intelligence satellite KeyHole was flying. So, the source of satellite images for further Ukrainian Security Service processing did not raise any doubts.