This is considered a confirmation of the fact that MH17, which was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur on July 17, was hit by missile shrapnel. Another aspect clarified is that “no evidence of technical or human error” were found in this case. Considering the expert’s conclusion, this is how the BUK missile system works. However, for the instant is difficult to say who fired the missile because both the rebels and the Ukrainian army use the same weapon. It’s supposed that the answer should be found if a combination of radar data and evidence from the scene will be used in research.
For the instant the crash site in eastern Ukraine remains too dangerous to access amid fighting between government troops and rebels. The Dutch Safety Board’s full report is expected by next July, within a year of the disaster.