ruling party leader Kaczynski denounces a Russian attack

The prime minister’s twin brother died in a plane crash. Jaroslaw Kaczynski assured that evidence “will be presented to the public very soon”.

Poland’s ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski has accused Russia of being behind the Smolensk air disaster that killed his twin brother, President Lech Kaczynski, in 2010, claiming “very soon“Proofs.

The April 10, 2010 accident killed 96 people, including President Kaczynski and his wife and several senior Polish officials who were traveling to Russia to commemorate the victims of the 1940 Katyn massacre near Smolensk.

Russia denies responsibility

The causes of the disaster are the subject of heated political debates in Poland. The Conservatives accuse the Liberal government of the day of negligence in preparing the visit and inadequacy in the investigation. Russia blames Poland alone for the crash.

In front of several thousand people who had gathered in front of the presidential palace, Jaroslaw Kaczynski said: “have a full and verified answer from multiple sources including overseasabout the causes of the disaster, but without describing them in detail. He assured that these elements “will be presented to the public shortly“.

However, he acknowledged that it was still necessary to identify “those who made the decision and those who carried it out, here in Poland, but especially in Russia“. Questions “who benefits from the crimehe spoke about his brother’s policies against Moscow’s interests, both during the Russo-Georgian conflict and in the strategy of building gas pipelines that avoid Russia.

In the days after the disaster, some members of the ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party accused then-Prime Minister Vladimir Putin of being behind it.attack“. Regarding Russian aggression in Ukraine, Jaroslaw Kaczynski said: “Post-communism in Russia is just as criminal as communism“.

I call all of free Europe to a great mobilization in defense of Ukraine and freedom. This defense also requires the definitive investigation of this (Smolensk) affair, including personal responsibilities, and the prosecution of all of its perpetrators.‘ concluded Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

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