Polish experts began re-examination of the wreckage of Kaczynski in Smolensk

Польские эксперты начали повторный осмотр обломков самолета Качиньского в Смоленске

A group of experts from Poland together with Russian colleagues today, Monday, September 3, begins to inspect the wreckage of the crashed Tu-154M ex-President Lech Kaczynski at the airport “Severny” in Smolensk. It is reported Onet.pl.

According to the publication, this morning, the Polish delegation of 5 prosecutors and 5 technicians-criminalists visited the Smolensk Department of the RF IC.

It is expected that the inspection will last until September 7. It is planned that all activities will be performed by Russian specialists, while the Polish side will take control over their work.

The purpose of the trip additional inspection units, subsystems and components of the crashed plane.

As a reminder, the Tu-154 of Polish President Lech Kaczynski in 2010, crashed during landing at the airport “Smolensk-North”. Onboard there were 96 persons: 88 passengers and eight crew members flying at the mourning events in Katyn. They all died.

Later, the first Polish Commission headed by former interior Minister Jerzy Miller said the cause of the disaster reduction below the permitted minimum of the presidential plane that was coming in to land despite thick fog. The Polish authorities did not agree with the report of the IAC and the Commission’s conclusions of Miller and made a decision on the establishment of a second Commission.

Later there appeared information that allegedly discovered the explosion on “black boxes” Tu-154 plane.

Nowadays in Poland more and more focus on the possible involvement of Russia. Adds intrigue and the fact that the wreckage of the Tu-154 is still in Russia. In accordance with the Russian legislation, they must remain at the disposal of the Russian investigators to complete the investigation. Russia promises that he will return to Poland after the completion of all investigative actions.

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