Hundreds of people brought flowers to the embassy of the Netherlands in Kyiv, Ukraine on July 17 to commemorate the MH17 tragedy one year on. All day, Kyiv residents brought flowers, toys and planes made out of paper with the names of people who were killed. At 4.15 p.m., the time when when a radio signal indicated that MH17 had crashed one year ago, people brought planes made out of paper with the names of people who were killed and launched them at the Russian embassy in Ukraine. Some there said they would not forget, or forgive, the tragedy. A growing body of evidence indicates a Russian Buk anti-aircraft system, supplied by Moscow to separatists in eastern Ukraine, was responsible for shooting down the plane and killing all of its 298 passengers and crew.