Ambassador of Ukraine to the Netherlands Oleksandr Horin says that Dutch prosecutors have established that the missile from the Buk missile launcher that downed Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014 in Donetsk Region was fired from the area of Pervomaiske, Donetsk Region. He said this at 112 TV channel, Ukrainian News Agency reports. Dutch prosecutors have not yet determined the persons responsible for the air crash. The investigation into the belonging of this missile launcher continues, the same for the exact place from which it was redirected into the territory of Ukraine. The instance for the judicial trial of the case will be designated once the persons guilty of the air crash have been identified, Horin added. In his words, world communities will focus their efforts on preventing re-occurrence of such a tragedy in the future. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Bellingcat, an international expert group of journalists, said in April that the Buk TELAR (missile launcher) that downed Flight MH17, identified as "Buk 3?2," originates from Russia's 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade of Kursk.