17.07.2019. Comment by the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Information and Press Department on five years since MH17 crash

Five years ago, on July 17, 2014, Malaysia Airlines ‘Boeing’, a civilian aircraft operating flight МН17 from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur, crashed in eastern Ukraine. All 298 people on board died. ...

19.06.2019. Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

The statements made by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) at a news conference on June 19 about the alleged involvement of Russian servicemen in the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash were...

16.01.2017. Detention of Dutch journalists after return from Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site

Russian media are widely commenting on the detention of Dutch journalists Michel Spekkers and Stefan Beck at Schiphol Airport on January 7. As you are aware, they were returning from a trip to...

26 September, 2016. Press-conference on the newly revealed primary radiolocation data that was gathered in the airspace above the area of the MH17 plane crash by Russian Ministry of Defence and a company that produces radiolocation radars. 


Press-Conference on October 15, 2015

Clarification: by the moment of the tragedy the village Snezhnoye was occupied by rebels, while village Zaroschenskoye was occupied by Ukrainian armed forces. According to Almaz-Antey investigation, the missile was launched from the territory of Zaroschenskoye village.

Press-conference on October 15, 2015:

2. Remarks by Ambassador of Russia to Malaysia H.E.Valery Yermolov

Immediately after the tragedy Russia has been advocating to start its investigation soonest, initiated and co-authored the UN SC Resolution 2166, which emphasized the necessity of carrying...

3.Experiment by Almaz Antey

NST article: Russians angered by Dutch probe