Dutch prosecutors: Exact causes of MH17 crash not established yet

The final report on the results of the inquiry will be published in 2016

The Dutch Public Prosecution Service has said that the international team of criminal investigators has yet to establish the exact causes of the crash of the Malaysian airliner in Donbass.

The inquiry is moving forward each day, but it is too early to say that the exact causes of the tragedy have been established, Public Prosecution Service spokesman Wim De Bruyn told Interfax by telephone on Dec. 22.

The final report on the results of the inquiry will be published in 2016, he said, adding that he could not name the exact date.

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