Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta at June 5, 2019 published an article about the route of the Russian Army convoy that took BUK 332 (MH17 murder weapon) from its base in Kursk to Millerovo (June 23-25) close to the Russian/Ukraine border. The newspaper acquired official documents which confirm the route which was reported by JIT and Bellingcat. One of the documents states 170+ soldiers (including 53rd Brigade commander Sergei Muchkaev) were on the Millerovo base. And on July 15, two days before the Boeing tragedy, they received dry rations for 5 days.
Ukraine Union has an english summary of the article.
Below a video
Crash of MH17 Flight: New Evidence of Russia's Involvement pic.twitter.com/lnNoJ6dUr6
— UATV English (@UATV_en) June 6, 2019
The map shown below has an interesting detail. It suggests the Buk left Eastern Ukraine via the southern border towards the Russian village Matveyev Kurgan.
This is contrary to what JIT presented in its 2016 pressconference. Also Ukraine always suggested the Buk after shooting down MH17 left towards to north direction Luhansk. The famous photo showing the Buk Telar missing a missile was made near Luhansk.
The text in the red box is:
“Place of alleged border crossing by the Buk on the way back from Snezhnoye to Russia via Matveyev Kurgan”
This is the video by JIT showing the route of the Buk back to Russia.