Reporters drove along the route “Beech” shot down airplane of flight MH17

The journalists of “Donbass.Realities” have gone through the route of Russian anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk”, which was shot down by a plane flight MH17 in July 2014.

Video investigation was posted on the channel of the Ukrainian edition of “Radio Liberty” in Youtube.

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Journalists showed now look characteristic features of the terrain in the occupied Donetsk, Makeyevka, Zuhres, Torez and Luhansk, which had previously come in numerous videos depicting the movement of the Russian “Beech”.

We will remind, the Bellingcat team found probable military drivers which had to do with the “buke 332” who brought down flight MH17 in the Donbas. This is stated in the new report of the organization.

So, the photographs published in the Russian social network Vkontakte, the soldiers of the drivers from the 2nd and 147th road battalions, see the trucks and sweepers with the same license plates as the car that was moving in a convoy and that was on video and photo from 23 to 25 June 2014.

A new report by Bellingcat identified truck drivers in the columns, which were transported by “Buki” in June and July 2014, including a truck carrying “Buk 332”, number “4267 AH 50”, and the number of trawl – “XP 4679 50”. The report also indicated drivers that could be relevant to the transportation “Buck 332” Millerovo on the Russian-Ukrainian border.

17 Jul 2014 in the area of armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine was hit Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The tragedy occurred in the Eastern Donetsk region near the village of Hrabove, near Torez. All 298 people who were on Board were killed.

13 October 2015 , the Security Council of the Netherlands issued its own report on the crash of passenger liner Boeing 777 “Malaysian airlines”. According to the document, the aircraft was struck by parts of the 9N314M missiles fired from MANPADS “Buck”; it was found that the initial launching point is located on a land area of about 320 square kilometers in Eastern Ukraine.