17:17 Sep. 28, 2016
Joint Team presented sample of the conversation of two suspects with callsigns ‘Orion' and ‘Delfin'
An international Joint Investigation Team (JIT), in which Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine take part, conducting criminal investigation into the downing of flight MH17 on the 17th of July 2014, seeks witnesses, who have information on two specific persons, Dutch Politie informs.
In its channel on YouTube the police states: "The JIT emphasizes that it is open for additional evidence provided by (eye)witnesses, or those persons involved in criminal activities in the armed conflict in the east of Ukraine. The JIT is especially looking for more information concerning the following people:
Alias: Orion (callsign)
First name: Andrey Ivanovich
Alias: Delfin (callsign)
First name: Nikolay Fiodorovich."
"The JIT has several wire tapped conversations in which these people participate. The JIT provides you with a sample of the audio files, from a selection of these conversations. The JIT stresses that there is no evidence that these calls are directly related to the shooting down of MH17," report adds.
As UT informed, today JIT presented the results of investigation of MH17 crash, in which origin of 'Buk' are stated, but no names are given. Earlier prosecutor Fred Westerbeke gave to the relatives of the MH17 passengers the document, concluded that the "Buk" launcher, which downed Malaysian Boeing in Donbas, stating that the missile launcher was brought into the territory of Ukraine from Russia.