After six weeks Dutch government finally answers questions on MH17

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At August 23 the Dutch government finally answered questions asked by MP Pieter Omtzigt.The answers can be read here.

It took the government 6 weeks to answer the questions where 3 weeks is the normal time for  response.

The answers do not bring any new light on MH17 and the radarrecordings. Dutch government states it will not file an objection at ICAO for Russia and Ukraine not handing over all requested radar recordings. The reason has been stated many times before: DSB concluded MH17 was downed by a surface to air missile. The cause of the crash will not change by having radar recordings available.

 

 

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1 Comment on After six weeks Dutch government finally answers questions on MH17

  1. Well, Putin can easily forbid NL airlines to fly through Russia’s airspace as a retaliatory measure. That would result in big losses for them, so filing an objection at ICAO by any NL public body could not be expected, with whatever declared excuse.

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