In Poland found the bodies of seven people in the grave who died in Smolensk General

© RIA Novosti . Oleg Lineiterator in fotobanka Polish government plane Tu-154 in a secure area of the airport in Smolensk. Archival photoIn Poland found the bodies of seven people in the grave who died in Smolensk General© RIA Novosti . Oleg Lineiterator the image Bank

Exhumed in Poland died in the result of the Smolensk plane crash of General Bronislaw Kwiatkowski found the remains of seven people, reports the newspaper «Fakt».

The exhumation of the remains of Holocaust victims is conducted in the framework of a new investigation the cause of the crash of an airliner. The first in November 2016 exhumed the remains of President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria. It turned out that two people were buried in graves not under their own names. The Prosecutor’s office to exhume the remains of 72 people — those who were not cremated and was exhumed earlier.

According to the publication, «in the coffin of General Bronislaw Kwiatkowski, who died in a plane crash, but his body contained the remains of seven more people.» General Kwiatkowski at the time of the crash held the position of operational commander of the Armed forces of Poland. His widow Christina Kwiatkowska confirmed that in the grave were the bodies of other victims, including the already exhumed.

The plane Tu-154 of Polish President Lech Kaczynski in 2010, crashed during landing at the airport «Smolensk-North». Onboard there were 96 persons: 88 passengers and eight crew members flying at the mourning events in Katyn. They all died.

In April, Deputy Prosecutor-General Marek Pasionek said that in the past 17 exhumations revealed violations, including «there are times when the coffins of some victims are fragments of the bodies of other people.» According to Pashenka until the end of 2017, plans to spend another 40 exhumations.

Earlier, the Russian Ambassador to Poland Sergei Andreyev said that the remains were in Russia just three days, during which time only the initial identification. Moscow proceeded from the assumption that the procedure would continue in Poland.