The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski said Warsaw will be sent to the international criminal court (ICC) in the Hague against Russia. On Wednesday, February 1, according to “Radio Poland”.
According to the Minister, this will happen in a few weeks. The Polish party intends to try to return through court the wreckage of the government plane Tu-154 that crashed near Smolensk in 2010. As said Waszczykowski, Warsaw about a year unsuccessfully sought to obtain from Moscow the wreckage. “The Russians, as you know, respond in the negative, sometimes very boldly, — said the Minister. — Our possibilities are exhausted.”
Tu-154 of the Polish air force crashed near Smolensk on 10 April 2010. The accident killed all 96 people on the plane, including the head of state Lech Kaczynski with the spouse. The interstate aviation Committee called the cause of the incident was pilot error. The Polish side did its own investigation and laid part of the blame on Russian air traffic controllers. Moscow said that the investigation is continuing, and until they were finished she could not return to Warsaw of the wreckage of the liner.
The international criminal court (ICC), an organ of justice, which is responsible for the prosecution of persons responsible for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity. Sits in the Hague. Russia is not a member of the ICC.