Former Major of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Yuri Baturin said that the Malaysian Boeing flight MH17, which crashed in the Donbass in July 2014, was struck from the village of Zaroshchenskoye, which was controlled by Kiev.
It is noted that at the time of the crash he was the commander of the command post of the A-1215 military unit of anti-aircraft missile forces near Kharkov, and personally saw Boeing on the day of the crash on the indicators.
A former Ukrainian serviceman said: “Attention was drawn to all the planes that were flying over the zone of combat operations, because, from my point of view, this is nonsense.” And attention was paid exactly at the moment when the plane disappeared from the indicators.”
He also said that a few days after the crash, military men arrived at the command post near Kharkov, who were engaged in relocating the 156th anti-aircraft missile regiment to the area of the village of Zaroshchenskoye. Baturin noted that the “Buk” air defense system was also part of that regiment.
The ex-major of the Armed Forces of Ukraine compared the facts and realized that the Boeing MH17 label disappeared on the radar screen in the zone of action of the antiaircraft guided missile of the Buk anti-aircraft missile system, which includes the point of standing “Zaroshchenskoye village.”
The former soldier summed up: “It was then that everything became clear, then everything fell into place, then it became embarrassing, painful, difficult …”