A first report on the circumstances of the crash of the Boeing Company Malaysia Airlines in Ukraine in mid-July will be released on Tuesday, announced Thursday the Dutch investigation Security Bureau, responsible for international investigation.
This interim report "will present factual information based on available sources investigators," said Dutch Safety Bureau investigation (OVV), in a statement.
"In the coming months, a complementary investigation will be required before a final report can be prepared. OVV expects to publish the final report within one year of the crash," said Bureau.
A Boeing Company Malaysia Airlines, providing flight MH17 from Amsterdam-Kuala Lumpur flight exploded on July 17, probably hit by a missile while flying over eastern Ukraine. The plane carrying 298 people, including 193 Dutch citizens.
Kiev and Westerners considered the pro-Russian separatists responsible for the tragedy, while Moscow accuses Kiev insurgents writes mediafax.ro.
International agreements provide, normally publish an interim report within 30 days after the catastrophe air, but "complex situation" in Ukraine late works investigators.
They have not moved the disaster site where human remains search was interrupted because of confrontations in the sector between insurgents and pro-Russian Ukrainian army.
Black boxes were analyzed in the UK by the British Office of investigating air accidents.
Instead, driving into the causes of the accident investigation was entrusted to Holland.