Poland urges Russia to return the wreckage of the former President Lech Kaczynski, of which 8 years are in Smolensk. The relevant draft resolution of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe will consider at the meeting in October.
This was announced by the Deputy of the Polish Parliament from the ruling party PiS Arkady mulyarchick, reports Onet.pl.
This is a very important event from a political and legal point of view. For the first time an international body, I hope, will urge Russia to return the plane
Discussion on the draft resolution will take place from 8-12 October this year.
“Any country in whose territory the plane crashed, in accordance with Annex 13 to the Chicago Convention, should return the wreckage of the crashed plane and all material assets after completion of the investigation the country that owns the crashed aircraft,” – said in a resolution.
The publication notes that in Russia the investigation ended in 2011, when he published the report the POPPY about the causes of the disaster.
The document calls for Russia to return the wreckage of the aircraft without delay.
The continuing refusal to return the wreckage and other materials are violations of the law by the authorities of the Russian Federation, it enhances the Polish side of speculation that Russia might have something to hide
– reads the draft resolution.
According to Mulyarchick, Warsaw will use this resolution in other international institutions, particularly the UN and NATO.
Recall that in early September the Polish investigators examined the wreckage of the crashed Tu-154M ex-President of Poland Lech Kaczynski at the airport “Severny” in Smolensk.
What is the Smolensk disaster?April 10, 2010 during landing at the airport near the Russian city of Smolensk crashed Tu-154 with Polish President Lech Kaczynski on Board. The crash killed 96 people – Lech Kaczynski, a number of top officials, public figures, representatives of clergy and members of the crew. The Smolensk crash was the second disaster in the history of Polish aviation the number of victims and the largest catastrophe in the history of the air forces of Poland.