In the period July 6 to July 8 a lot of news on radarimages was published in the Dutch press. An overview.
A delegation of the Dutch prosecution (Openbaar Ministerie) including the director of the OM visited Moscow for a two day visit.
The Russian authorities told they would provide all the help to assist in the investigation.
Dutch newspaper NRC reported on July 7 that the Dutch prosecutor stressed to the Russians to hand over raw primary radar images. According the Dutch there are indications that Russia has additional radar recordings. Russia will look into it.
Late in the evening of July 7 the Netherlands largest newspaper Telegraaf reported that PM Rutte will request Ukraine president Poroshenko to hand over radar recordings.
However, in the evening of July 8, Dutch newspaper AD and RTL reported that Rutte will not request Poroshenko about radar recordings. According Rutte the Dutch government should not leave fingerprints on the investigation.
Finally, in the late evening of July 8, Telegraaf reported that the Dutch prosecutor will request the Dutch government for help in obtaining radar images if Russia does not hand over radarimages on time. In October JIT will make known the type of weapon and exact lauch location.