Poland accuses Russia of plane crash near Smolensk

Previously unknown materials on the plane crash - which killed 96 people, including Polish President Lech Kaczynski near Smolensk in 2010 -will be made public soon.

2 September 2016 18:10

According to the Defense Minister of Poland Antoni Macierewicz, this refers to new transcripts of the Tu-154 crew conversation.

According to Macierewicz, there will be presented the proofs that "the purpose of the actions of Russian air traffic controllers and power in Moscow was the plane crash with President Kaczynski and the entire delegation on board."

“We now have real evidences, including those that were concealed by Miller's commission (previous commission investigating the Smolensk disaster - Ed.). We know the horrific details,” the Minister said.

The materials related to the disaster, will be unveiled in October this year, Poland's Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz said, as 24 TV channel reports with reference to the "Radio Poland."

Just a reminder: On April 10, 2010, presidential Tu-154 crashed before it reached Smolensk-North airfield killing 96 people, including Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife.

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