Titov confirmed that access to the site of the Smolensk plane crash is not limited

© AP Photo / Mikhail MetzelОбломки of the plane of Polish President Lech Kaczynski. Archival photoTitov confirmed that access to the site of the Smolensk plane crash is not limited© AP Photo / Mikhail Metzel

No limitations access to the site of the Smolensk plane crash, in which in 2010 killed President Lech Kaczynski, does not exist, said in an interview with RIA Novosti first Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Titov.

According to a senior diplomat, in August of this year, Polish foreign Ministry asked to clarify the situation around the crash site of the Polish President on 10 April 2010 on the approach to the airfield «Smolensk-Northern».

«Polish colleagues were alarmed by the reports commercial transactions with the land adjacent to this site, supposedly able to block public access to the area of the crash. After the inspection official said Warsaw that there are no restrictions in this respect, there is still no», — said Titov.

The Tu-154 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.

The interstate aviation Committee in 2011 issued a final report on the results of technical investigation according to which the immediate cause of the crash is recognized as the crew’s decision not to leave on spare airdrome, and the system reasons — deficiencies in flight operations and crew training.