MOSCOW - 13 Aug, Fins news . The Netherlands refused to correspondents in providing documents for the inquiry shot down over the territory of Ukraine Boeing, told a television channel.
The media, pointing to the Law on open government, sent a request to the Ministry of security and justice with the request to provide the available case data. However, the Minister ARD van der Ster said that despite the importance of information to society, the government led by Prime Minister mark rutte believes " more important to preserve secrecy ".
first, the Netherlands has provided a number of documents for the inquiry, However, most of the information on the paper remained secret and was tainted in black ink. Van der Ster said that these documents are for internal use and have the ability to harm the relations of the Netherlands with other countries.
Russia called on all countries participating in the investigation, to disclose information about the crash Boeing in Ukraine.
Passenger Boeing 777 organization Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17, 2014 near Donetsk, lost the lives of 298 people. The final report of the security Council of the Netherlands on the causes of the disaster will be published in October 2015.