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BUK missile manufacturer on MH17 shooting over Ukraine

BUK missile manufacturer on MH17 shooting over Ukraine
The BUK missile manufacturer revealed its own findings into the flight MH17 downing over Ukraine, effectively proving that a missile type consistent only with the Buk-M1 system was used – one that the Russian armed forces do not possess.
  • 02 June 2015

    12:53 GMT

    Political analyst Aleksandar Pavic joins RT

  • 11:06 GMT

    US satellites were spotted hovering over Donbass at the time of the Boeing downing in east Ukraine – Almaz-Antey

  • 10:44 GMT

    We can not explain Ukraine air traffic control activity at time of crash, black box should reveal: missile manufacturer Almaz-Antey

    — Daniel Bushell (@danielb_rt) June 2, 2015

  • 10:38 GMT

    A lot of absolutely contradictory information in Western media about circumstances of MH17 tragedy: missile maker Almaz-Antey

    — Daniel Bushell (@danielb_rt) June 2, 2015

  • 10:35 GMT

    'We do not rule out other versions, but we stand by our analysis that BUK M1 hit MH17': missile maker Almaz-Antey

    — Daniel Bushell (@danielb_rt) June 2, 2015

  • 10:34 GMT

    The Ukrainian General Staff says that Ukraine possesses BUK M-1 missile systems, but that on the day of the MH17 crash Ukraine was not in control of the area where it is suspected the missile was fired.

  • 10:34 GMT

    We do technical analysis, do not speculate on whether Kiev or self-defence side to blame: missile maker Almaz-Antey

    — Daniel Bushell (@danielb_rt) June 2, 2015

  • 10:34 GMT

    Almaz-Antey is still entertaining the possibility that another aircraft may have been involved in the downing of flight MH17.

  • 10:32 GMT

    The country that possessed the missile that hit flight MH17 remains unknown - Almaz-Antey

  • 10:29 GMT

    "If necessary, we can carry out a field test... with the participation of independent experts," Novikov says. "We are willing to carry out a demolition of a 9M38M1 missile at a specified angle and aimed at the same model of aircraft."

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