The representative of Prosecutor’s office of Poland Marek Kucinski at a press conference spoke about the decision to exhume the remains of 83 victims of the disaster of the presidential Tu-154 near Smolensk. He noted that after the disaster “all autopsies, with the exception of President Lech Kaczynski, held without the participation of Polish prosecutors”. About it writes Kommersant.
“Russian documents cannot be the basis for prosecution, cannot be considered as reliable, said Mr. Kuczinski.— The only option is re-exhumation”.
We will remind, the plane of Lech Kaczynski crashed near Smolensk on 10 April 2010. Killing all passengers and crew members. During the anniversary in Warsaw mourning events were held and renewed the perennial debate about the causes of the tragedy.
Twin brother of the deceased President, the leader of Pis Jaroslaw Kaczynski said that the responsibility is “morally” — for the tragedy brings former Prime Minister Donald Tusk.