3. SOUNDBITE (Dutch) Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister:
"With the Dutch Safety Board report in our hands, with the animation of the missile strike and with the reconstructed wreckage, that dark July 17, 2014 is suddenly very close again. At the same time, today has finally given an answer to the overwhelming question about how: What happened exactly on July 17?"
4. Cutaway of journalists
5. SOUNDBITE (Dutch) Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister:
"With the Dutch Safety Board report, we now know what happened. But delivering legal and convincing evidence of who the responsible perpetrator or perpetrators are is a new playing field."
6. Cutaway of journalist
7. SOUNDBITE (Dutch) Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister:
"This investigation has a huge impact here in the Netherlands and elsewhere and certainly including in Russia, there is no doubt about that. And what I want to do now is appeal to the Russian authorities to respect and give their full cooperation now as far as this report is concerned and the following investigation being carried out by public prosecutors and four other countries. To give full cooperation."
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte called on Russia on Tuesday to fully cooperate with the criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Commenting for the first time on the Dutch Safety Board's final report which concluded that the plane was shot down with a Buk missile, killing all 298 people on board, Rutte said that a key priority now is tracking down and prosecuting the perpetrators.