the concern “Almaz-Antey” has denied the statement of the Dutch side that Russian radars could not detect the missile, shot down in 2014, the passenger liner “Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines. It is reported TASS.
“If the anti-aircraft guided missile Buk was launched from the area claimed in the Joint investigative group (SSG) at the meeting with the “Boeing-777” (MN17) it would have a speed of about 600-620 m/s, which surely is the range of the radar system, and, therefore, it would be mandatory recorded primary radar TRLK “Utes-T”,” — said in concern.
Earlier, experts from the Prosecutor’s office of the Netherlands said that the missile that shot down in the skies over Donbass airliner of Malaysia Airlines, could be invisible to Russian radar.
17 Jul 2014 liner “Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17, crashed in the Donetsk region. All 298 people on Board were killed. The investigation deals with SSG, which includes the representatives of Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine.