Statements of Poland about the involvement of Russian air traffic controllers for the crash of Tu-154 at Smolensk are part of a psychological war against Russia, said first Deputy head of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Frants Klintsevich. This is stated in the statement of the Senator, arrived in edition “Tapes.ru” on Monday, April 3.
“This is a malicious attempt to completely ruin Russo-Polish relations. Poland moved to the forefront of psychological warfare against Russia”, — said the Senator.
In his opinion, the Polish side has gone too far in unsubstantiated accusations. “In fact, if you call a spade a spade, the Polish side claims that they acted at the behest of “third person”,” — said Klintsevich.
Earlier on Monday the Kremlin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow did not agree with the conclusions of the Prosecutor General of Poland, which accused the Russian dispatchers of intentionally provoking the crash.
The interstate aviation Committee (MAK) said the cause of the crash, which killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski, pilot error. Poland is a conclusion, not satisfied, and she has initiated its own proceedings. As a result, the Prosecutor General of the country laid part of the blame on Russian air traffic controllers.
The crash of Tu-154 aircraft of the Polish air force in Smolensk occurred in April 2010. All 96 people aboard were killed. Among the passengers was, in particular, the President of the country Lech Kaczynski with the spouse.