The Ukraine army responded to Dutch TV NOS Nieuwsuur on questions about locations of BUK systems in Eastern Ukraine in the period when MH17 was shot down.
Journalist Rudy Bouma of Nieuwsuur sent several Tweets about this.
The Ukraine army states to Nieuwsuur that the only BUK systems in the ATO-zone were stationed at Kramatorsk air force base. The video published by a Ukraine military TV station on July 16 showing BUKs was taken at Kramatorks airbase according the Ukraine Army.
The distance from Kramatorsk to the location where MH17 was hit by a BUK missile is about 90 km. Too far away for a BUK missile launched from Kramatorsk.
The radar shown in the video is of type 36D6-M1. So far nobody has been able to geolocate the location where the video was made.
The video shows a tower which could be a TV-tower. This site has a list of TV-towers in Ukraine.
Ukraine Army also stated there were no BUK’s near Zarosjtsjenskoje on July 17. Zarosjtsjenskoje was under control of pro-Russia separatists at July 17. Russia showed satellite photos showing two BUK Telar vehicles near Zarosjtsjenskoje. People living in the area told severall journalists they did not see any BUK in the area. See this post.
Ukraine did not explain about the Russian satellite photos.