In the Kremlin find it difficult to comment on the conclusions of the Polish Commission on investigation of causes of the crash of TU-154 of former President Lech Kaczynski near Smolensk, called the cause of the crash of an explosion on Board. This statement was made by press Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov on Tuesday, April 11, the correspondent “Tapes.ru”.
“We can’t comment on that, we don’t know what guided this Commission, on which it based its conclusions,” said Sands, answering a corresponding question of journalists.
A Kremlin spokesman added that investigators have recordings of conversations of the pilots and controllers, “that such evidence contain”.
On 3 April the General Prosecutor’s office of Poland has put forward accusations of Russian managers and “third person” allegedly present in the control tower mission, intentionally provoking the crash. Moscow did not agree with this statement.
The Tu-154 aircraft of the Polish air force fell near Smolensk on 10 April 2010. The accident killed all 96 people aboard, including President Lech Kaczynski and his wife. The interstate aviation Committee called the cause of the incident was pilot error.