The Polish defence Minister explained his words about the terrorist attack at Smolensk

The Polish defence Minister Antony, the residents explained their words that, in his opinion, the crash of Tu-154 Polish President Lech Kaczynski near Smolensk in 2010 was a terrorist attack. According to “Radio Poland”, the Minister stressed that in his statement “after the Smolensk Poland became the first victim of terrorism in the modern world” he did not name any other state.

After the disaster of Poland “faced a wave of misinformation, with the division of public opinion that is an element of hybrid war”, said the residents, noting that “this is also a form of terrorist activity”.

The Minister also explained his decision to resume the investigation of the causes of the crash that the previous investigation did not take into account a number of important facts. In particular, according to him, has not been investigated defects of one of the elements of the plane Kaczynski. In addition, the Polish side received from Russia is not the black box of the presidential Tu-154, and “some other Registrar,” he added.

On 14 March at the conference by the decision of armed conflict residents said that the Kaczynski plane crash in Smolensk was a terrorist attack. According to the Minister, this action was intended to deprive Poland of people who “led the country to independence”.

In the state Duma the words of the Residents called lesaulnier aimed at the unleashing of information warfare, the Investigative Committee of the Polish Minister of defense has deemed “ridiculous and stupid”. In the Kremlin, also called the statement of Martsevich unfounded, but the Russian foreign Ministry stated that it weakens “so difficult” relations between Moscow and Warsaw.

The Tu-154, on Board of which there were President of Poland Lech Kaczynski and representatives of the political and military leaders crashed in Smolensk on 10 April 2010, killing 96 people. The interstate aviation Committee (IAC) has named the reason of wreck of the plane the wrong actions of crew.