Head of Russian Federal Air Transport Agency Aleksander Neradko says this, Censor.NET reports, citing Interfax.
Thursday evening in the interview to "Russia24" he pointed out that: "By the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO) regulations plane crash investigations are held in the state of occurrence. But it's a different story due to the Interstate Aviation Committee, which is recognized as the expert body by the number of former soviet Republics, including Ukraine."
"And Ukraine should allow the Interstate Aviation Committee jointly with all the parties concerned to investigate the reasons and circumstances of the plane crash," Neradko said.
Andrei Purgin, the self-proclaimed First Vice Prime Minister of the terrorist so-called Donetsk People's Republic, claims that the Malaysian Boeing flight data recorders will be sent to Moscow for expertise.
On June 17, Malaysian passenger jet that flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down near Donetsk. 280 passengers and 15 crew members died.