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In the documents provided by the Russian defense Ministry on missile that shot down Malaysian “Boeing” over the Donbas in 2014, there are inconsistencies. This writes the “Novaya Gazeta”.
In “restored the original form” in the engine number 8869032 seen that the creation date of the copy of the document — January 14, 1986. The date of manufacture of the product is 24 December of the same year. According to journalists of the “New”, the difference in dates may indicate that the document originally had nothing to brought down “Boeing” with the rocket and that it’s been edited later.
On September 17 briefing, the defense Ministry said that the missile, which was hit by a Malaysian “Boeing”, was produced in Dolgoprudny in the Moscow region and in 1986 was sent to a military unit 20152 Ukrainian SSR. Now it is 223 anti-aircraft missile regiment APU stationed in Stryi Lviv region. This formation, as noted in Moscow, was repeatedly brought to military operations in the Donbass. The defense Ministry stressed that these data completely refute the accusations against Russia of involvement in the crash.
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