On interrogation in security Service of Ukraine caused by a retired Russian officer Sergey Dubinsky, nicknamed “Gloomy”, which the Agency believes is responsible for transportation shot down in 2014 Boeing flight MN17 launchers air defense missile systems Buk. Besides him, the SBU want to talk to four Russian fighters in the Donbass, said in the message about the call for questioning, which is published in today’s issue of the newspaper Uryadovy Kurier.

Dubinsky and other Russian citizens, who fought for the terrorist organization DNI/LC – Oleg Pulatova, Yevgenia Vasilyeva, Eldar Orujov and Edward Gilazov – call at 10:00 on 26 and 27 October and at the same time, on October 30-31 at the Main investigation Department of the SBU.

The Russians intend to deliver messages of suspicion and interrogation as suspects in criminal proceedings №22017000000000158.

Before the Russians SBU wants to interrogate in the framework of the same case of citizens of Ukraine Oleg Shlyapina, Sergei Bragovskogo, Alexander Dudnichenko and Leonid Kharchenko. The date of interviews – from 16 to 19 October.

Updated 17:24: As later specified in the SBU, the challenge of this group of Russians for questioning is not associated with the case MH17 – they are in another criminal proceedings.

See also: Clues are in the Kremlin: what you need to know about the report on the MH17

In February 2017, experts Bellingcat found that transportation SAM Beech in the Donbass controlled Dubinsky – one of the militants hybrid of the Russian army in the Donbass. Later his friend stated that he had stopped communicating with him.

Photo of summonses for questioning:

A Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region, on territories under control to fighters. The tragedy killed all 298 people aboard. The passengers of the flight were citizens of 10 countries, most of the victims (196 people) are citizens of the Netherlands.

In February, the experts Bellingcat found that transportation SAM Beech was controlled by retired Russian officer Sergey Dubinsky. In June published a new photo of Beech.

9 March 2017 at the court of justice in the Hague, the Russian side said that the “unknown” that were handed to militants in the Donbass launcher SAM Beech had intended to use it to strengthen air defense fighters. That the launcher came from Russia, the Russians kept silent.

On 6 September it was reported that the trial of the accused will be held in the Hague. Evidence linking Russia to this tragedy more than enough, said justice Minister Pavel Petrenko.

Read also: MH17 Disaster: in the InformNapalm told about the evidence

SBU has caused Gloomy and other militants for questioning (fixed) 12.10.2017

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