‘Kremlin advisor sowed doubts about MH17 in the Netherlands’


Aleksandr Malkevich attended the MH17 trial on March 9 with an accreditation, according to research by NRC. He was also in The Hague two days earlier, during a screening of a documentary in which doubts are cast about the MH17 investigation.

‘Anti-Russia Madness’

In addition, Malkevich spoke in Amsterdam at a conference organized by ‘The other newspaper’, an alternative medium for which the Russian also wrote that the investigation into the MH17 disaster was led by ‘anti-Russia madness’. The newspaper has multiple ties with Russia, NRC discovered.

In a book published by Malkevich, it is claimed that the plane crashed due to a storm, and not because it was hit by a BUK missile. Videos about that theory were recently removed by YouTube due to disinformation.

Earlier, Malkevich was denied entry to the United States. There he tried to influence voters in the run-up to the congressional elections of 2018. He did so with a website called ‘USA Really’, which according to the Americans was intended to sow boredom.

Troll factory

In 2018, the man worked for a Russian media company that is involved in destabilization campaigns in various countries. The group was responsible for, among other things, the ‘Troll factory’ that created fake profiles and thus wanted to steer the American elections. At the moment Malkevich is a member of the so-called ‘Social Chamber’. That is a Russian advisory body linked to President Putin.

In the House of Representatives, some groups want clarification about the role of Malkevich and how he could be active in our country. “How is it possible that this Russian propagandist was expelled from the US, but does get a visa here,” says Sjoerd Sjoerdsma of D66.

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