Poles seek truth on Smolensk crash
Published 28/01/2011 | 05:00
I refer to the article 'Russia crash report blames Poles', published on January 13.
The article summarises the content of the International Aviation Committee (MAK) report, presenting the results of the Russian investigation into the Smolensk catastrophe, which claimed the lives of the Polish president Lech Kaczynski, his wife and many of Poland's top political, religious and military figures.
As much as we are grateful to the Russian authorities for undergoing such a detailed and scrupulous investigation into the causes of this tragedy, Poland simply cannot accept the results of the MAK report and must question its objectivity and impartiality.