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MOSCOW, July 5 /TASS/. Representatives of the Joint International Criminal Investigation Team have arrived in Moscow to discuss the investigation into MH17 crash over Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, in July 2014, Spokesman Wim de Bruin of the Dutch prosecutor told TASS on Tuesday.
According to him, the delegation consisting of investigators, prosecutors and police representatives will stay in Moscow for two days to discuss the investigation into the Boeing MH17 crash.
He refused to clarify whom exactly they were going to meet and at what level the meetings would take place. "This information is not for the press," Wim de Bruin said adding he did not plan to make any statements on his visit to Moscow or communicate with journalists.
The Joint International Criminal Investigation Team MH17 consists of experts from Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine. The Dutch National Prosecutor’s Office is leading the team whose main task is to establish who is to blame for the MH17 crash. The Joint International Criminal Investigation Team is supposed to submit its preliminary findings on the weapons used to down the plane and the exact place from where the missile was launched.
The Boeing-777 (Boeing 777-200ER) of Malaysia Airlines, which was on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed over Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. All the 283 passengers and the 15-member crew - the citizens of 10 states - died in the crash.