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Wed, 28 Sep, 2016 12:02:02 AM
FTimes – STT Report, Sep 28
 
 
According to the NBI, they cannot comment on the content of the legal aid.
 
Prime Minister Juha Sipilä confirmed that the NBI received a request for legal assistance on the issue. 
 
According to Sipilä, the NBI is responsible for answering any more specific questions.
 
Sipilä spoke on the matter during the Nordic prime ministers’ meeting in the Åland islands.
 
The Dutch newspaper De Telegraf reported earlier on Tuesday that Finland has performed secret missile tests in order to determine what kind of missile shot down the Malaysian Air aircraft more than two years ago.
 
According to the newspaper, the international research group JIT concluded from their tests that the airplane was shot down with a Russian Buk anti-aircraft missile.
 
The newspaper bases their information on a source close to the data. According to the newspaper, the research team performed a number of missile tests in Finland.
 
JIT will publish their findings from the criminal investigation into the downed aircraft on Wednesday.
 
All the 298 people on board including the pilots and cabin crew were killed when the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was gunned down to ground in Ukrainian territory in July 2014.
 
The aircraft flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur started descending 50 kilometres before entering the Russian airspace.
 
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