Monday summoned Dutch represetative in Moscow Renee Jones-Bos over the late declaration of discoveries concerning the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash.
The Russian side communicated to the Dutch represetative its motivations to "uncertainty the objectiveness, dependability and fair-mindedness of the conclusions made by the Joint Investigation Team," the service said in an announcement.
Moscow "encouraged the Hague to concentrate deliberately the radar information that Russia has as of late given over to the examination group," it included.
Jones-Bos said after the meeting that she would examine it with her legislature, without explaining, Russian state media said.
The Boeing 777 traveler plane slammed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014 while flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. Every one of the 298 individuals on board kicked the bucket, the vast majority of them Dutch natives.
Western agents and Kiev have been asserting that genius freedom guerillas in eastern Ukraine shot down the flying machine, allegations that Moscow has denied.
On Wednesday, the Dutch-drove group, comprising of agents of the Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, Belgium and Ukraine, declared that the plane had been hit by a hostile to flying machine Buk rocket from the domain controlled by professional Russian guerillas.
Moscow declined to acknowledge the discoveries, saying that the examination was "one-sided and politically persuaded."