The representative of the headquarters of the British broadcasting Corporation "Bi-bi-si" said the newspaper distorted the content of the film about the crash "Boeing-777" in Ukraine. For example, in the ribbon experts say that a Ukrainian fighter jet could hardly shoot down the plane, since it is not able to perform the flights at this altitude.
Broadcasting Corporation "Bi-bi-si" said that the British newspaper had misinterpreted the content of the film about the crash "Boeing-777" in Ukraine. This comment gave Rambler News Service the representative of the headquarters of the organization.
"The Sunday Express has distorted our program. In contrast to the header, who used the publication, the experts said in the broadcast transmission that a Ukrainian fighter jet could hardly shoot down MH17, because he is unable to perform the flights at this altitude," — said the Agency interlocutor.
He noted that "Bi-bi-si" covered the situation objectively, presenting all points of view, "including evidence for and against the fact that the disaster had Russia, Ukraine or the CIA." According to the representative of the Corporation, the program also detailed the results of an official investigation by Dutch authorities. In their report, he said, "contain obvious evidence that the plane was shot down by a powerful missile "earth — air"".
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