The Russian Embassy in Poland said that the fact that “Smolensk” crash seven years ago is still the subject of political speculation, is regrettable, according to the Rambler/news citing the official website of the Embassy.
In response to the request of Warsaw to reclaim the wreckage of the plane Tu-154 of Polish President Lech Kaczynski which crashed near Smolensk on 10 April 2010, the Russian Embassy issued a statement. It States that “in respect of the transfer to the Polish side of the wreckage — it makes no sense to once again explain why the wreckage needed by Russian investigators, while in Russia there are investigative actions”.
It is noted that “the Polish community, for which this issue is so sensitive that the Polish investigators by no means limited to, and never limited the access to this wreckage”. The report stated that investigators can at any time to come to Russia and work with the wreckage.