A member of the victim's defence team and relatives spoke outside Schiphol Judicial Complex on the first day of the MH17 plane trial in Amsterdam on Monday.
Defence lawyer representing some relatives of victims, Peter Langstraat, said that the court had requested some information from Russia, but «according to members of the JIT not all the information» has been received yet.
Footage shows... Еще relatives arriving and waiting outside the courtroom.
Anton Kotti, a relative of three victims, said the most important thing for him would be the judge having enough evidence to bring about a guilty verdict.
Earlier Russian President Vladimir Putin said that «Russia was not admitted to the investigation» and that its arguments are not being taken into account. Russian deputy Prosecutor general also said that Moscow provided the Netherlands with data from Russian radars as well as documentation «showing Ukraine's ownership of the missile that took down the plane.»
Russia has denied all accusations that it was involved in the crash, which resulted in the deaths of all 298 people on board, and has stated that while the Buk missile used to down the Boeing 777 was manufactured in Moscow in 1986, it was subsequently delivered to the Ukrainian Army and never returned.