Ukraine released more names of MH17 suspects

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In the week starting June 3, 2019 the International Court of Justice had hearings in the trial started by Ukraine against the Russian Federation. Ukraine accuses Russia of violating international agreements by financing terrorism. Part of the accusation is the downing of MH17.

Ukraine released severall previously unknown names of suspects related to the shot down. Twitter user Slozny found a very interesing ICJ document dated 12 June 2018.

Previously unknown names of suspects involved in transportation of the Buk Telar from Russia to Ukraine and back are Viktor Anosov, Mykhayo Sheremet,  Krot, Ryazan, Buriatik, Zmey .

Colonel Victor Yurevich Anosov callsign “Nos”  was commander of the Separate Commandant’s Regiment “Kramatorskiy” (08816)

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7 Comments on Ukraine released more names of MH17 suspects

  1. There was a message from AricToler, now I can not find. Page 89,
    another version of beech transportation
    “Map 8: Route of the Buk Convoy”
    https://a.radikal.ru/a37/1906/c7/4c9e73654e6a.png

  2. Ukraine uses a fake what Russia completely has closed its airspace 17.07.14
    page 177
    “289. The Russian Federation’s actions concerning its own airspace further confirm
    its knowledge of the grave risk that its proxies would shoot down a civilian plane. A day
    before the attack, as Russian military officials were preparing to send the Buk into Ukraine,
    Russian aviation authorities restricted access to parts of Russian airspace bordering Donbas
    up to 53,000 feet (higher than existing Ukrainian restrictions), effectively closing civilian
    airspace. By closing Russia’s own airspace to civilians at the same moment the Russian
    military was providing a Buk to the DPR, Russian officials manifested their own guilty
    knowledge of the dangers of operating a Buk in civilian-trafficked skies”

    • sotilaspassi // June 12, 2019 at 11:23 am // Reply

      There is this, though:
      V6158/14 – DUE TO COMBAT ACTIONS ON THE TERRITORY OF THE UKRAINE NEAR THE STATE BORDER WITH THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND THE FACTS OF FIRING FROM THE TERRITORY OF THE UKRAINE TOWARDS THE TERRITORY OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION, TO ENSURE INTL FLT SAFETY, ATS RTE SEGMENTS CLSD AS FLW: A100 MIMRA – ROSTOV-NA-DONU VOR/DME (RND) , B145 KANON – ASMIL, G247 MIMRA – BAGAYEVSKIY NDB (BA), A87 TAMAK – SARNA, A102 PENEG – NALEM, A225 GUKOL – ODETA, A712 TAMAK – SAMBEK NDB (SB), B493 FASAD – ROSTOV-NA-DONU VOR/DME (RND), B947 TAMAK – ROSTOV-NA-DONU VOR/DME (RND), G118 LATRI – BAGAYEVSKIY NDB (BA), G534 MIMRA – TOROS, G904 FASAD – SUTAG, R114 BAGAYEVSKIY NDB (BA)-NALEM. SFC – FL320. DEP FM/ARR TO ROSTOV-NA-DONU AD TO/FM MOSCOW FIR CARRIED OUT ALONG ATS RTE G128 KONSTANTINOVSK NDB (KA) – MOROZOVSK VOR/DME (MOR) AND R11 MOROZOVSK VOR/DME (MOR) – BUTRI ON ASSIGNED FL. DEP FM ROSTOV-NA-DONU AD TO DNEPROPETROVSK FIR CARRIED OUT ALONG ATS RTE A102 KONSTANTINOVSK NDB (KA) – NALEM ON FL340 AND ABOVE. ARR TO ROSTOV-NA-DONU AD FM DNEPROPETROVSK FIR CARRIED OUT ALONG ATS RTE A712 TAMAK – SAMBEK NDB (SB) THEN DCT KONSTANTINOVSK NDB (KA) ON FL330 AND ABOVE. SFC – FL530, 17 JUL 00:00 2014 UNTIL 31 AUG 23:59 2014 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 16 JUL 17:08

      But I can not fully understand what it means.
      I think 100…200 civilian planes flew from rostov area – over donetsk area – to western europe anyway, after that NOTAM became active.

  3. “But I can not fully understand what it means.
    I think 100…200 civilian planes flew from rostov area – over donetsk area – to western europe anyway, after that NOTAM became active.”
    Notam came into force from 0 am 17.07
    Abbreviations and codes ICAO
    https://www.aopa.org.il/newsite/userfiles/files/Technical/ICAO%20abbreviations.pdf
    “F) SFC
    G) FL530”
    This means that this notam is intended for aircraft that fly at altitudes from the surface to 16,150 meters.

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