Ukraine's deputy foreign minister Olena Zerkal told Interfax-Ukraine news agency on Tuesday that four people would be named over MH17, including senior Russian army officers.
Passenger flight MH17 was en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was shot down over conflict-hit Ukraine.
The Netherlands and Australia said last May that they formally "hold Russian Federation responsible" for the disaster, after the findings on the origin of the missile were announced.
Chief prosecutor Fred Westerbeke said all four suspects were responsible for bringing the BUK-M1 missile launcher into a field in Pervomaisky, eastern Ukraine, where the missile was sacked from.
JIT is the Dutch-led authority, comprised from representatives from five countries, which is investigating the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash over eastern Ukraine in 2014.
Dutch officials have said they would looking into the allegations, but noted that previous information given by Moscow has been proved incorrect and that generally speaking Russian Federation has been uncooperative with the investigation. All 298 people on board, majority Dutch, were killed.
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Moscow has vehemently denied all involvement.
The Netherlands has said Russian Federation has not co-operated with the investigation, and Moscow is not expected to surrender suspects. Most of the victims were Dutch nationals.
Kiev and its Western backers accuse Russian Federation of funnelling troops and arms to back the separatists. Bellingcat said it was not yet clear who exactly gave the order to shoot the airplane down.
Russia's Almaz-Antey concern, which produces the BUK, has held presented befuddling schematics and even blew up a missile next to an empty airliner in attempts to show the missile was sacked from Ukrainian-held territory.
In 2016, it was revealed by an investigation team that the plane was shot by a Russian made Cold War rocket launcher.