Speaking about the investigation of the Malaysian aircraft crash in an interview with the Australian television channel ABC, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that Ukraine has long been working closely with the world's leading countries, whose experts are investigating the causes of the crash happened and has already achieved a positive experience in this cooperation, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to ABC.
President Poroshenko said that within this close collaboration there were achieved the preliminary results, which indicate that a missile fired from the Buk missile system attacking Boeing was "delivered from Russia." And it was launched from the territory controlled by the Donbas militants. But, according to Poroshenko, the data from these preliminary results are not yet published.
"All the specialists are unanimous about the person responsible – not person, but the side responsible for the – this disastrous attack. And I really hope that in the first half of the next year, these results will be published and that will make it necessary for the immediate action to bring the responsibility to those who made this attack," said Poroshenko.
Earlier, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said that Australian experts believed separatists are responsible for the crash of the Boeing 777 over Ukraine.