The Kremlin said the version on the explosion on the plane Kaczynski

In the Kremlin do not consider it possible to comment on the conclusions that are made on the eve of the Polish government, the sub-Commission, which is investigating the reasons for the crash of President of Poland Lech Kaczynski near Smolensk seven years ago. This statement was made by press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS.

The members of this Commission came to the conclusion that the cause of the crash of Tu-154, on Board of which was the country’s President, Lech Kaczynski, was a blast. “As a result of the experiments we can say that the most likely cause of the explosion was a thermobaric charge, which provoked a strong shock wave,” according to Polish experts (quoted by Reuters).

“We can’t comment on that”, — said the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, answering journalists ‘ questions about the Kremlin’s reaction to the findings of the Commission.

According to him, the Kremlin did not know what guided the Commission when he came to this conclusion. “We don’t know what could this Commission to follow,” said Sands.

“The investigators have certain data and records of conversations on Board, pilots and dispatchers that such evidence contain” — reminded the press-Secretary.

The Tu-154 crashed near Smolensk morning of 10 April 2010. On Board were 96 people, including Poland’s former President Lech Kaczynski and his wife, representatives of the higher military command of Poland, Sejm deputies, members of the government and public and religious figures. The Minister of defence of Poland, Anthony Macierewicz repeatedly after the disaster claimed that the presidential jet exploded in the air, and are not destroyed in the collision with the ground. Tragedy he called “act of terrorism”.

Investigation MAC

The interstate aviation Committee conducted an investigation of the crash and the final report in January 2011 was recognized as the causes of the crash crew’s decision not to leave on spare airdrome, as well as deficiencies in flight operations and crew training.

Brother of the deceased President, Jaroslaw Kaczynski called the report unsubstantiated. In July 2011, the special Commission of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Poland released a report in which the actions of managers, who controlled landing of Tu-154, was named among the factors that contributed to the disaster, however, generally agreed with the conclusions of the Mac.