© RIA Novosti / Mikhail Voskresenskythe Minister of foreign Affairs of Malaysia Saifuddin Abdullah called for disclosure of all evidence in the case about the crash Boeing flight MN17. Political analyst Yury Mail on radio Sputnik explained why Kuala Lumpur did not trust the findings of the investigation, which is conducted in the Netherlands.Malaysia in favor of disclosure of all evidence in the case about the crash of Boeing MH17 under the Donetsk in 2014, said Minister of foreign Affairs Saifuddin Abdullah.”Malaysia is determined, we want all the evidence, all the evidence was made public and that any interested party could have the opportunity to explore this evidence within the framework of the investigation,” he said after talks with Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow.”We won’t make a decision on the outsourcing of the blame on this or on another player until then, until you have completely investigated all the evidence, of course,” ‒ said the head of the Malaysian foreign Ministry, quoted by RIA Novosti.
The political scientist, Professor of the Department of comparative politics RUDN Yuri Post on radio Sputnik commented on the situation around the investigation of the circumstances of the crash of flight MH17.”This is not the first attempt by the Malaysian authorities to break formed on the West system explanation for the crash of an airliner where the “blame Russia”. Over time, it becomes increasingly clear that some evidence that can shed light on all the circumstances, ignored, some hiding, and some no one is trying to look, although they are clearly there. That is Malaysia in revolt against what some States dictate to everyone else how they should perceive everything that is happening in the world, including the tragedy that occurred with the citizens of Malaysia”, ‒ said Yuriy Mail.Earlier, Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad has expressed doubts about the conclusions of the Joint investigative group (SSG) under the leadership of the Prosecutor General of the Netherlands is investigating the circumstances of the crash of flight MH17. He noted that Malaysia did not made access to the evidence in the case about the crash of Boeing MH17, and also doubted that there are sufficient grounds for accusations of Russia.”As a disinterested person, as an outside observer, I can say that some of the results of the investigation don’t seem right to me, like many people in Malaysia,” he said.Kuala Lumpur hopes to find out what in reality happened to her aircraft, said Yuriy Mail.”Malaysia would like to seek the truth, find out what in reality happened. And in this case the interests of Russia and Malaysia are the same, because the result is illogical, contrary to common sense and according to the scheme that if the world did something happen, then blame Russia,” ‒ said the analyst.
Malaysian Boeing flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17, crashed on July 17, 2014 under Donetsk. On Board were 298 people, they all died. Kiev has blamed the disaster militias of Donbass, they said that they do not have the means that would shoot down aircraft at this altitude.SSG later presented the interim results of its investigation, stating that the Boeing was shot down by a SAM “Buk”, belonging to the 53rd antiaircraft missile brigade of the Russian armed forces from Kursk. Meanwhile, Deputy Prosecutor General of Russia Nikolai Vinnichenko, the Russian side handed over to the Netherlands radar data and documentation indicating that the missile SAM “Buk” that struck the Boeing belonged to Ukraine. This information was the result ignored.In August 2019, the German detective Josef Resch, who are investigating the crash MN17 for five years, told RIA Novosti that he was aware of the names of those responsible for the disaster and other information which the international investigation, he said, ignores. He expressed his willingness to convey this information to the Netherlands, Malaysia or Russia, provided that it will be published. Malaysian Prime Minister later announced that the authorities are prepared to listen to the detective. The official response from the Netherlands, the detective is not received.Source