"5.5 billion web pages were collected and inspected, of which 700 million were recognized relevant to the case. Can you understand the global nature and volume of this production," Vovk said.
According to him, 33% of the aircraft fuselage were collected at the crash site, which is sufficient to form conclusions about the cause of the disaster.
"About 33% of the aircraft remains were collected at the fields wer Ukrainian blood was shed, and according to experts, this is enough to make reasoned conclusions about the elements that struck the plane," the head of the SBU Investigation Department said.
He promised to provide the public with data about the crash at the same time with investigators from other countries.
"Despite the different time zones in Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia and Ukraine we will simultaneously make the data public. There are things that will demonstrate the scale of the tragedy and help you realize who could have committed this grave and inhuman crime," Vovk noted.
Malaysian airlines Boeing-777, flight MH-17 Amsterdam - Kuala Lumpur was shot down by Eastern Ukraine separatists on July 17, 2014 in the Donetsk region. All 298 passengers and crew members on board were killed.