Head of the Polish government Donald Tusk does not expect any sensations from decoding of the “black boxes” of Polish President Lech Kaczynski’s plane, which crashed near Smolensk on April 10.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, D. Tusk said this at the news conference in Warsaw today.
The Prime Minister of Poland said that he had not heard the records of the “black boxes”, but he knows that “there is no sensational there”.
Having commented on the investigation process for the first time since the tragedy, D. Tusk said that any explosion or damage on board are unlikely, “in all probability”.
“As a rule those to blame for the airplane crash are more numerous than it seems at the first sight”, added D. Tusk.