The wreckage of the Tu-154M found traces of TNT

KIEV. March 25. UNN. Experts from the laboratory of forensic explosives of the Ministry of defence of the United Kingdom found TNT and other components on the wreckage of Tu-154M, crashed near Smolensk on 10 April 2010. In the crash killed 96 people, including Polish President Lech Kaczynski. It is reported by UNN citing “Polish radio”.

It is noted that the vast majority of the 200 samples that were transferred to the National Prosecutor’s office in may 2017 laboratories subordinate to the Ministry of defence of great Britain, found traces of the substances used for the production of explosives, including TNT.

Today, in the weekly “Sieci” appears fragments of the article “the British found TNT”.

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“This information is hidden by the investigators. However, we learned that a few weeks ago in the Polish Prosecutor’s office received a letter announcing partial results of the research conducted in the laboratory of the forensic explosives (Forensic Explosives Laboratory) under the Ministry of defence of UK, which specializiruetsya for forensic studies related to explosives” – according to the portal

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The portal notes that most of the wreckage found traces of TNT and other components.

“What is the significance of investigation and establish the cause of the disaster has info that abroad found traces of TNT and other substances? Colossal. Although it is still premature to draw final conclusions. (..) You should refrain from a definite thoughts, until you have conducted all the tests. (…) when all the results are delivered, prosecutors will be to interpret them. Perhaps that purpose will be appointed more experts from abroad. This is standard practice,” reads the article.

As reported UNN, the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe urged to return to Poland the wreckage of the Tu-154M, crashed near Smolensk on 10 April 2010.

Recall, 10 April 2010, Smolensk plane crash killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 people – the crew and the members of the official delegation heading to Katyn to participate in memorial events on the anniversary of the Katyn massacre of 1940.