"We have passed all the information, including classified one, to the investigators in the Netherlands as well as the ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization," she said stressing that the United States continues cooperation in this issue.
In this regard, Nuland noted that US Secretary of State John Kerry has repeatedly voiced a "very detailed" assessment made by the U.S. party concerning the MH-17 flight crash reasons, based on the information available to the United States.
She stressed that Washington does not hide information about this and calls for transparent investigation of the crash.
Recall, Malaysian airliner flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was hit in the sky over the Donetsk region July 17, at 04:20 p.m. There were 298 people on board, including 15 members of the crew. They all perished.