Dutch prosecutors intend to find and interview key witnesses of the crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 downed in Donbas on 17 July 2014. Fred Westerbeke, 52, the chief investigator with the Dutch National Prosecutors' Office, announced this at the presentation of the report of the technical investigation in the air crash, Ukrainian News Agency reports. Commenting on perspectives of the submission of the case to courts, Fred Westerbeke said finding of important witnesses within three months would accelerate the process. He said it was premature to comment on any date of submission of the case to a court. Fred Westerbeke said the national prosecutors' offices participating in the international investigation group would hold consultations to decide which court would consider the case. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Dutch prosecutors have established that Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014 in Donetsk Region was downed with a missile fired from a Buk missile launcher brought from Russia.