The Joint Investigative Team [JIT] did not provide evidence that indicates unconditionally who is specifically responsible for the tragedy.
This does not prevent the West from blaming the militia of Donbas and Russia for what happened. At the same time, Moscow is not allowed to take part in the investigation, and the Netherlands rejects all documents [provided by Russia] refuting the [official] version of events. Such a situation does not suit the Russian Federation, nor Malaysia, whose authorities have already announced that the investigation is political in nature and its true purpose is to blame Russia.
It [Western position] can be very shaky if a German detective, who conducted his own independent investigation, attends the meeting. He reported that he has evidence that refutes the “official version”. Moreover, he can name the true culprits of the plane crash.
A recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative that the JIT has not established who is responsible for the downing of flight MH17 and that the commission did not take into consideration the evidence provided by Russia and the German private detective Joseph Resch.
A special team, known as the Joint Investigation Team (JIT), was established to conduct the criminal investigation of the downing of the Malaysian Airlines flight in 2014. On the basis of the investigation conducted by the JIT, the Dutch Public Persecution service will prosecute 4 individuals for causing the MH17 crash, murdering all 289 persons on board. The trial will start in March 2020 at The Hague District Court. The suspects to be prosecuted are Igor Girkin, Sergei Dubinsky, Oleg Pulatov, and Leonid Kharchenko.