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作者: 来源: 日期:2016-09-29 8:49:25

MH17 inquiry points finger at Moscow





A Dutch-led criminal investigation into the loss of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in 2014 has said the aircraft was downed by a missile brought in from Russia and fired from territory held by Moscow-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine.

由荷兰牵头的针对马来西亚航空公司(Malaysia Airlines) MH17航班2014年坠毁的刑事调查宣布,这架飞机是被从俄罗斯引进、从乌克兰东部由莫斯科支持的叛军占领的领土发射的一枚导弹击落的。广州俄语翻译公司。


A team of international investigators has been gathering evidence in an attempt to identify those responsible for the act that killed all 298 people aboard the Boeing 777 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.

国际调查团队一直在进行取证工作,试图指认谁要对从阿姆斯特丹飞往吉隆坡的那架波音(Boeing) 777飞机上全部298人遇难负责。


The findings of the Joint Investigation Team, which includes Australian, Belgium and Malaysian prosecutors, follow the publication last year of a report by Dutch air accident investigators that concluded the jet was brought down by a missile fired by a sophisticated Russian-made Buk surface-to-air system. That report did not apportion blame.



Russia has repeatedly rejected any involvement and pointed the finger at the Ukrainian military, but has changed its version of events a number of times.



On Monday the Russian ministry of defence released data from radars and a drone monitoring the rebel-held side of the conflict that it said established no projectiles approached the jet from the rebel side, suggesting the missile was fired from Ukrainian territory.



Wilbert Paulissen, the Dutch chief investigator, said yesterday that the new Russian evidence did not change the JIT’s conclusion that the missile system was brought in from Russia and was fired from rebel-held territory.

荷兰首席调查员威尔伯特•保利森(Wilbert Paulissen)昨日表示,俄方的新证据没有改变联合调查组的结论,即导弹系统是从俄罗斯引进,并从叛军控制的领土发射的。广州俄语翻译公司。


Russia’s position on MH17 has shifted. In the immediate aftermath of the incident officials in Moscow claimed the plane was shot down by a missile fired from a Ukrainian combat aircraft — a theory that has been discredited and was dismissed yesterday by the Dutch-led investigation.



Moscow eventually admitted that it was brought down by a Russian-made Buk missile, but claimed it was an older version that was no longer in service with its armed forces but was still used by the Ukrainians.



Mr Paulissen produced photographs of what he said was the Buk launcher, along with various excerpts from recordings that he said proved the missile was launched from a field near the village of Pervomaiskiy, just south of the town of Snizhne, in rebel-held territory. The JIT used these to produce an animated video showing the route taken by the launcher. Mr Paulissen also produced evidence that he said showed the launcher came from Russia and crossed back over the border within hours of it shooting down MH17 on July 17.



Dismissing the recent Russian evidence, he said: “From the wealth and diversity of the other evidence gathered by the JIT, we have no doubt whatsoever the conclusions that we’re presenting today are accurate and that conclusion is that on 17 July [2014] flight MH17 was shot down by a Buk missile, shot from farmland in Pervomaiskiy and the system was brought in from the Russian Federation territory and then returned to the Russian Federation afterwards.”



Investigators played recordings of phone conversations between two Russian speakers discussing the need to bring in a Buk-like system to help the rebels in the days ahead of the shooting down of MH17, to counter increasingly successful air strikes by the Ukrainian air force.



Ukraine’s foreign ministry said the evidence “puts an end to all of the Russian Federation’s attempts to discredit activities of the Joint Investigation Team and conclusions by spreading distorted or fabricated information”.