MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) - Rosaviation has called on the intelligence of Germany to publish the information that reportedly shows the involvement of either of the parties in the crash of the MH17 flight, Rosaviation Head Aleksander Neradko said Monday.
"So far, I have not known any such facts that were presented by the German intelligence. None of us are informed about such facts. We have called on anyone, who would learn any facts, any objective circumstances, to hand over all those materials and information to the Dutch investigative commission. For instance, the Russian side has done exactly that way. All the facts that we had we handed over to the investigative commission," Neradko said in an interview with the TV channel Russia-24.
"It is important now not to grab another expressed version unreasonably, but ask Germany and its intelligence instead to make public the very secret information that purportedly shows the involvement of either of the sides," Neradko added.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed in Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine on July 17, killing all 298 people aboard. A preliminary report released by the Dutch Safety Board on the crash suggested that the Boeing was hit by high-energy objects. The reasons behind the crash, however, continue to remain unclear.