Relatives of the victims of the plane catastrophe near Smolensk in April 2010, which killed then President Lech Kaczynski, opposed the exhumation of the bodies, according to PAP, reports TASS.

The protest expressed in the form of official messages of the relatives of the victims of the Polish authorities. “Our loved ones have to get out of the tombs, in spite of sacred prohibition to disturb the peace of the deceased”, – stated in the message, which was signed by 200 people.

Meanwhile, among the relatives of the victims are supporters of the President. They believe that this will help to understand who they really are buried. Earlier, prosecutors exhumed nine bodies and found that six were not buried under their own names.

The circumstances of the accident are currently studying the special Commission at the Ministry of defence of the country. One of the main tasks of this Commission – check and review the results of the work of the previous Commission. For data validation, the new Commission decided to exhume the body.

The Prosecutor’s office of Poland, which works in conjunction with the new Commission, I believe that the examination of exhumed bodies of all those killed in the plane crash will test the basic version of the investigation, “despite the fact that since the tragedy it’s been a few years.”

The crash EN route to Smolensk of the Tu-154 Lech Kaczynski on Board occurred on 10 April 2010. The pilot put the ship in conditions of poor visibility. The plane few meters did not reach the runway and collided with trees and then the ground. The victims of the disaster were 96 people.



In Poland the families of the victims of the Smolensk plane crash opposed the exhumation 24.10.2016

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