Russian air defence system manufacturer Almaz-Antey claimed to have evidence Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 - a Boeing 777 downed over eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014 - was destroyed by a 9M38 surface-to-air missile (SAM) fired from a Buk (SA) system, during a press conference in Moscow, Tuesday. The possible missile launch point was identified as a small village of Zaroshchenskoe. According to the investigation results, Zaroshchenskoe was under control of the Ukrainian forces at the time of the shooting-down. "The results of the experiment have entirely refuted the Dutch Board conclusions regarding the type of missile and the launch area. Today we can definitely maintain, and we will show it in the presentation, that if Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines was destroyed by the surface-to-air missile system Buk, it was hit by 9M38 missile from the village of Zaroshchenskoe," Almaz-Antey Director General Yan Novikov stated. He continued saying that: "The only question that remains unclear after two conducted experiments is the presence of strike elements of 9M38M1 I-beam-shaped missile among material evidence attached to the case." The results of the investigation were based on the experiment conducted on October 7 by Almaz-Antey, using fuselage of airplane IL-86, which has technical characteristics very similar with the Boeing 777.
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