The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has irrefutable evidence of Russia's involvement in the crash of the Ukrainian Armed Forces aircraft An-26 in Luhansk on July 14, SBU chief Valentyn Nalyvaichenko told reporters on Tuesday.
"The investigation will be completed until evening. There is irrefutable evidence that will be reported to the President, and then published," Nalyvaichenko said. According to him, the materials contain maps with the sectors of bombardments put on them. As reported, a military transport aircraft of the Armed Forces of Ukraine An-26 was downed on July 14 in Luhansk region in the area of the counterterrorism operation (ATO). There were eight crew members on board. Defence Minister Valeriy Heletey did not rule out that the plane was hit by a missile from Russia.