Poland named the names of Russian dispatchers associated with the death of Kaczynski

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Poland named the names of Russian dispatchers associated with the death of Kaczynski

The Prosecutor General's Office of Poland named the air traffic controllers associated with the death in the crash near Smolensk of Polish President Lech Kaczynski in 2010. RIA Novosti reports.

“We are talking about dispatchers Pavel P., Viktor R. and Nikolay K.,” the agency quotes the words of the official representative of the Prosecutor General's Office Eva Bialik. It is noted that all three worked at the Smolensk-Severny airfield during the plane crash.

Earlier, the Prosecutor General's Office of Poland applied to the court with a motion to arrest three dispatchers who worked at the Smolensk-Severny airport in 2010. Warsaw accuses the Russians of deliberately provoking a plane crash that resulted in the death of many people. It is noted that if the court satisfies the petition, the dispatchers will be put on the international wanted list, and Poland will demand their extradition.

The Russian side has already reacted to what is happening: Warsaw's demands have been called a dead-end road that will lead nowhere. In accordance with the Russian Constitution, Moscow will refuse to extradite its citizens.

On April 10, 2010, a Polish delegation led by President Lech Kaczynski flew on a Tu-154M government plane to Katyn. The plane crashed near the Smolensk-Severny airfield. All 96 people on board were killed. The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) came to the conclusion that the disaster happened because of the actions of the crew, who decided to land the liner in adverse weather conditions.

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