Russian Ministry of Defence: Still No “Evidence” of US Version of the #MH17 Crash


In this Russian Ministry of Defence press-conference, the Russian Deputy Defense Minister, Anatoly Antonov, states that neither Ukraine nor Western countries have bothered to respond to the data presented by the Ministry earlier regarding the Boeing 777 (Flight MH17) crash in Ukraine.At the same time, according to Antonov, despite the US alleging a certain version of the events, it has yet to provide any evidence for its accusations. The post includes the following:

  1. Video of Russian Ministry of Defence Press-Conference w/ENG subtitles
  2. Video of Russian Ministry of Defence Press-Conference in English

VideoRussian Ministry of Defence: Still No Evidence of US Version of the #MH17 Crash (w/ENG subs)

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Video: Russian Defense Minister on MH17: Most US “evidence” based on social media posts

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