Locked content Lech Kaczyński’s remains to be exhumed

On Wednesday, the National Prosecutor’s Office announced the decision to exhume the bodies of the 2010 Smolensk plane crash, in which all 96 passengers died, including President Lech Kaczyński and his wife. The remains of all the victims, including those of President Lech Kaczyński and First L...

Council of Europe appoints new author of Smolensk crash report

The Council of Europe’s Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights has started work on a report on the 2010 Smolensk plane crash, in which all 96 passengers died, including President Lech Kaczyński and his wife. The Council of Europe may pass a resolution on the issue after the report is prepared....

Polish pilots under pressure to land in Smolensk?

Polish pilots of the governmental Tu-154 airplane that crashed five years ago in Smoleńsk, Russia were pressured to land at the airfield despite heavy fog, according to transcripts revealed in a report by RMF.FM radio. The military prosecutor’s office claims there are many “inconsistenci...

Locked content PM Kopacz not going to Russia to commemorate victims of Tu-154 crash

Poland’s Prime Minister, Ewa Kopacz is not going to Smoleńsk (Russia) to take part in the events commemorating the fifth anniversary of the tragic crash of the presidential airplane Tu-154, Polish Radio reported. Kopacz will attend the ceremony at the Powązki cemetery in Warsaw. “Taking ...