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MOSCOW, December 29. /TASS/. Representatives of Russia’s Investigative Committee (IC) are ready to travel to Ukraine to question pilot Voloshin, as well as all other persons who may have information about the Malaysia Airlines passenger Boeing plane (Flight MH17) crash, IC spokesman Vladimir Markin told TASS on Monday.
“Representatives of the Investigative Committee of Russia are ready to travel to Ukraine as soon as possible with all the equipment necessary for the examination of pilot Voloshin, as well as all other persons who may know something about the Malaysian Boeing crash,” Markin said.
Ukrainian Security Council head’s advisor Markiyan Lubkivsky previously commented on the possible polygraph test for Voloshin. “Let them come here,” he said, declining to elaborate.