Malaysia says intelligence reports on flight MH 17 crash are 'pretty conclusive'
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said it at a conference, Censor.NET reports, referring to The Wall Street Journal.
Mr. Najib added that investigators will need at least a few weeks to search the crash site in the volatile Donetsk region for remains and evidence before those responsible in the "atrocious crime" can be brought to court.
As it was reported before, Dutch air crash investigators have announced that they will release a preliminary report next Tuesday (Sep 9) into what brought down flight MH17 over east Ukraine, killing 298 passengers.
"In the months to come further investigation is needed before the final report is written," the Dutch Safety Board added. Earlier it promised to have a final report "within a year".