Poland demands from Russia unimpeded access to the crash site of Tu-154 near Smolensk

The representative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Poland Bartosz Tsihotsky handed over the Ambassador of Russia in Poland Sergey Andreev note of protest and expressed serious concern about the limited access to the crash site of the Polish President Lech Kaczynski in the sky over Smolensk in 2010. This reports the press service of the foreign Ministry of Poland.

Tsihotsky also noted that the construction of the monument at the crash site, the parties agreed in 2010. He stressed that the Polish side is ready to return to the discussion of the construction of the monument.

«The Polish side considers the existing commitments and expects the Russian side will not take any actions that in any way could impede the free and unhindered access to the crash site of Tu-154 and that would offend the special nature of this place, both now and in the future,» the statement said.

In March 2015, the Chief military Prosecutor of Poland has charged two managers of the airport of Smolensk in the case of the accident aircraft.

In February 2016 Poland has initiated a re-investigation of the circumstances of the crash of Tu-154. In the Polish defense Ministry stated that the plane could disintegrate in the air.

3 April 2017, it became known that Poland intends to press charges of premeditated provocation of the tragedy near Smolensk two Russian air traffic controllers and the unknown man who was in the control tower of flights. The Kremlin has denied the charges.

In the film, a government sub-Commission of Poland of investigation of the Smolensk disaster, presented April 10 in Warsaw, said that on Board the Tu-154 plane before impact with the ground probably occurred the explosion of the thermobaric charge.

Poland demands from Russia unimpeded access to the crash site of Tu-154 near Smolensk 29.08.2017

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