Update January 29:
The DSB will despite previous statements answer questions of the Commission of Foreign Affairs on the MH17 final report. Answers will be given at February 2, 16:00 during a public hearing.
During a meeting of the Dutch parliament Foreign Affairs Committee at January 14 the chairwoman Angelien Eijsink told the Foreign Affairs representatives of all political parties of Parliament that Dutch Safety Board is not willing to answer any additional questions on the final report published by DSB at October 13, 2015!
A couple of representatives attending that meeting like Pieter Omtzigt and Michiel Servaes were amazed by that saying.
Asking DSB for comment, spokeswoman Sara Vernooij stated:
” Regulary DSB provides an explanation on request of the Dutch parliament about reports. DSB provided an explanation twice in the case of MH17, right after publication and during an extensive meeting at November 26 2015. During these meetings we explained the investigation and answered questions. In the ‘ Rijkswet Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid’ is stated that the DSB as finalization of its investigation will prepare a report. The DSB provides accountability using these raports over its investigation. Information obtained during the investigation which is not documented in the report, is not public. This is the reason DSB can only explain what is documented in the report and cannot answer questions outside what is documented in the report”
My personal interpretation of this statement is: DSB went twice to the Dutch Parliament to explain the report. They did all they could but do not see any motive to futher explain what has been written in the report.