Source Pravda.Ru

Russia finished Tu-154 crash investigation. It is Ukraine’s turn now

Ukraine will probably finish the investigation pertaining to the crash of the Russian Tu-154 passenger plane that fell into the Black Sea. This was said by Russia’s deputy prosecutor in the Southern administrative district Sergey Fridinsky, at the press-conference in Rostov-on-Don.

In the words from the prosecutor, the version about a missile hitting the plane is the only one that is considered by the members of the investigation commission. However, as Fridinsky believes, it will be about “the incautious form of guilt,” RIA Novosti informed. Sergey Fridinsky confirmed, the location systems fixed the moment, when the plane was downed – the movement of an object towards the plane and “the joining of two points.”

The State service for the civil aviation of the Russian Ministry for Transport advised, the Russian investigators handed the materials regarding the catastrophe over to their Ukrainian colleagues. The materials will be used by Ukraine to find those, who was guilty in the accident. As the State civil aviation service added, the Russian side did not have any other version of the crash.

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