london - The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, for the first time responded to the JIT report on the crash of flight MH17. Lavrov said that the investigation is not finished yet. He does not go into the question of guilt. When asked by a BBC journalist whether Russia will offer excuses, Lavrov replied: 'Apologize for what? The investigation is not over. We should not anticipate on it. '
Moscow left to find already know the MH17 conclusions of international research 'biased'.
Russia doubts the objectivity of the investigation. This is mainly based on data on the Internet and information of the Ukrainian intelligence service, Lavrov reiterated an earlier statement by his department.
The main conclusion of the researchers is that the device is knocked down by a Russian Buk missile. The rocket was launched in an area that was controlled by pro-Russian separatists.