Dutch investigators said it was impossible to detect a missile “Buka”

the Missile, shot down in the skies over Donbass airliner of Malaysia Airlines, could be invisible to Russian radar. To such conclusion experts of the Prosecutor’s office of the Netherlands, which is engaged in an international investigation into the incident, TASS.

Prosecutor reported that a Joint investigation group (CIG) has appointed two independent experts to examine the radar data, which represents the Russian side. “Their conclusions are that the missile could be fired from anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk” from the place which was previously installed SSG, while being invisible on the images of radar,” — said in comments.

According to experts, the footage provided by the Russian side, near the Malaysian “Boeing” was not other aircraft. Experts believe that the lack of missiles on the radar images does not mean that she was not in the airspace.

the Liner “Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines, EN route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17 crashed on 17 July 2014 in 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.

According to the international investigation team, the aircraft was destroyed in the shelling of the complex “Buk”, which was first brought to Ukraine from Russia, and then taken back; the guilt in the incident of the militia and Russia, and insists the official Kiev.