BUK missile manufacturer on MH17 shooting over Ukraine Live updates

Emergencies Ministry members walk at the site of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane crash, MH17, near the settlement of Grabovo in the Donetsk region, July 17, 2014. (Reuters/Maxim Zmeyev)
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

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    Political analyst Aleksandar Pavic joins RT

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

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    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.

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    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

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    "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."