Russia was accused of spying for the investigators on the case about the death of “Boeing” in the Donbass

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Russian and Ukrainian security services have accused the surveillance of the experts conducting the investigation into the crash Malaysian “Boeing” in the sky in the Donbass in the summer of 2014. About RTL Nieuws reports, citing sources.

The tracking devices were installed in hotel rooms and in electronic devices to members of the investigative group, as well as diplomats and military, who came to Ukraine for investigation.

As writes the edition, the surveillance from the Ukrainian side, which is part of the international investigation team is “very sensitive issue”. At the same time, it is noted that Russian spying was a more “structured and massive”.

The interviewee said that because of suspicions of espionage, the Dutch civil servants were advised not to use the wi-fi networks and send any information in an encrypted form. In addition, important conversations out of fear of bugging was carried out only in a special room in the building of the Dutch Embassy.

The authorities confirmed to RTL Nieuws that “the spying has been assumed, as “Boeing” was shot down in the conflict zone, where the face of geopolitical interests of different parties”. Said about this together prosecutors, police, ministries of justice, interior and foreign Affairs.

In may, a Joint investigation team (JIT) concluded that “Boeing” Malaysia Airlines shot down the “Buk” of the Russian armed forces, but who exactly is responsible for this, not installed. Then the Dutch government declared that Russia was guilty in the plane crash. To the charges joined Australia, NATO and the European Union. The Minister of transport of Malaysia Anthony Locke later said that Russia can not be considered guilty in the crash.

“Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17, crashed in the Donetsk region in the summer of 2014. All 298 people on Board were killed. In investigating the incident, the Joint investigation team includes representatives from Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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