Ukrainian counterintelligence lies to the whole world about the Russian “Bukakh”, and the US State Department continues to reiterate the involvement of the Russian Federation in the death of “Boeing”
Naida showed a photo of the complex to the correspondent and explained that the photo was taken during the removal of the missile system from Ukraine. In his opinion, the Russians want to "hide" military equipment.
RT reminds that the photographs with which the SBU illustrates the "removal" of the air defense missile system were taken in March. The message about their removal appeared on the agency's website on July 19. It, in particular, said that "the Russian side gave instructions to the" terrorists "to take out all Buk launchers from Ukraine".
However, Internet users have noticed a catch: one of the photos is a screenshot of a video filmed in March 2014.
All of these, if I may say so, materials are presented by the security forces as indisputable evidence of Russia's guilt in the Boeing plane crash.
Official Washington is known to adhere to the same version. On July 23, US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said at a briefing:
In a previous briefing, Harf said that the militia shot down the Boeing, most likely by mistake. At the same time, she noted that the State Department has no information about the involvement in the tragedy of Russia.
She also rejected the version that the Boeing hit an air-to-air missile.
And she continued:
There was another version published by the Los Angeles Times. The publication, referring to American intelligence, writes: “The US intelligence services were unable to determine the nationality or identity of the crew that launched the missile. It is possible that the SA-11 (western designation for Buk) was launched by a defector from the Ukrainian army who was trained to use similar systems, officials said.
On Tuesday, July 22, Russia passed the data on the catastrophe that the Ministry of Defense had to the European Union. But the reaction came only from the United States and was predictable: all information was questioned. However, the American side did not provide any other facts shedding light on the tragedy.
Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the EU Vladimir Chizhov said in this regard:
As a reminder, Malaysian Airlines' Boeing 777 crashed on July 17 in the DPR near the town of Snezhnoye. All people on board (298 people) were killed.
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