EN|RU|UK
  87212

 Buk fragments found In the wreckage of Malaysian MH-17 flight - Dutch Media. PHOTOS

Fragments of Buk surface-to-air missile system have been found in the wreckage of the Malaysian Boeing shot down by terrorists over the occupied territory on July 17, 2014.

According to Censor.NET, this was stated by journalist Christopher Miller on his Twitter page.

He wrote: " Big. Fragments from #MH17 wreckage analyzed by experts came from Buk missile: http://www.rtlnieuws.nl/nieuws/binnenland/bewijs-voor-neerhalen-mh17-door-buk-raket".

нидерланды боингнидерланды боингбоинг нидерланды

The article in the Dutch RTL Nieuws news outlet also reads that the experts from Warsaw, London, and Munich obtained seven discovered fragments, four of which turned out to be parts of the plane, and three other - fragments of Buk missile.

The outlet states that there were only a few signs until now, but the international forensic experts from three different countries proved that it was particularly this type of missile.

"For the first time there is real evidence that Boeing was shot down by a missile. This is evidenced by forensics ordered by RTL Nieuws," the article reads.

The outlet has published pictures of the fragments and also noted that Cyrillic letters, including the letter 'Ц' can be recognized on the fragments of the rocket.


Read also: Submunitions that hit Malaysian Boeing coincide with warhead filling of the newest Russian anti-aircraft missile - Butusov

 
 
 
 up