The message of the main prosecutor's office of the Netherlands:
These fragments are of great interest for the investigation of a criminal case, since they can shed light on many things and give more information about who is involved in the death of MH17.
However, Dutch prosecutors immediately added:
However, it is not yet possible to reliably assert that there is a connection between these fragments and the ship’s accident.
Based on this information, one can say that another year will pass, and so many things can be found at the crash site that “can shed light on the causes of the crash” ... It remains to be seen how many more years and fragments the investigation commission needs to bring work to a logical conclusion?
By the way, the statements of the Dutch Chief Prosecutor’s Office that “it is impossible to reliably assert that there is a connection between debris and catastrophe,” once again speak of the complete absurdity of the idea of creating an international tribunal in such conditions.