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PART 2

A list of unanswered questions, requests for assistance, and documentation submitted by the Republic of Poland to the government of the Russian Federation concerning the crash of the Polish Government Tupolev TU-154M in Smolensk, Russia.

In addition the Polish party made a request in June 2010 to the Russian Federation for access to documents, data and information, including:

 

IDENTIFICATION OR DESCRIPTION OF DOCUMENT OR CONTENTS THEREOF

Details of information provided by the Russian party or other information explaining the position of the Polish party

Document(s) specifying the Rules for radio correspondence binding in the Armed Forces of the RF during approach to landing operations of the type occurring on 7 and 10 April 2010

 

The Polish party received documentation regarding the training of staff of the Smolensk "Severny" aerodrome in September 2010

Technical requirements for military aerodromes binding in the RF (part regarding requirements for identifying the aerodrome approach zone).

Not received

Federal Aviation Regulations regarding Operation of Civil Aerodromes (Federalnyie aviatsionniye pravila normy godnosti k eksploatatsyi aerodromov Gosudarstvennoi Aviatsi) FAP NGEAGosA and the equivalent for military aerodromes

Not received

Aerodrome Operation Instructions in the Scope of Radar Equipment (Federalnyie aviatsionniye pravila po radioelektronnoj aparature) FAP REA for civil and military aviation

Not received

Recorders with parameters of the flight of aircraft Tu- 154M (tape)

Not received

MARS-BM recorder from the aircraft Tu-154M (tape)

Not received

KBN recorder from the aircraft Tu-154M (tape)

Not received

Certified copy of data from flight recorders of the IL-76 [SCND: AWACS] aircraft of 10 April 2010 (including unsuccessful attempt to approach the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome)

Not received

Instructions for test run of communications equipment of the air force of the Russian Federation (Radio- Tehnicheskoye Obespecheniye – RTO)

Not received

Video recordings from the position of the landing zone controller:

- test flight security measures by aircraft An-12 carried out on 25 March 2010;

- progress of approach to landing of aircraft on 7 and 10 April 2010; Test flight security measures by aircraft An-26 carried out after the disaster involving the Tu-154M aircraft on 15 April 2010.

Not received

Video recording made on board the An-26 aircraft by Colonel Sergei Yakinienko from the progress of test flight security measures carried out after the Tu-154M disaster on 15 April 2010

Not received

Minutes from the test flight security measures at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome carried out after the Tu- 154M disaster on 15 April 2010

Not received

Documents regarding CATC:

- authority to control in the visual contact zone;

- authority to control in the near aerodrome zone;

- Scope of obligations - technology (procedure during test flight security measures in both the above mentioned zones;

- permission to carry out obligations at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome.

Not received in a sufficient scope - part of the information was included in the document prepared by the Flight Control Group

Documents regarding the landing zone controller:

- authority to control in the landing zone;

- scope of obligations - technology (procedure during test flight security measures in both the above mentioned zones;

- permission to carry out obligations at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome.

Not received in a sufficient scope - part of the information was included in the document prepared by the Flight Control Group

Radar (video) recordings and/or radar screenshots of the course of the Tu-154M flight on 7 and 10 April in FIR Belarus and the Russian Federation with coordinates (degrees, minutes, seconds) and transponder flight data SSR (height, speed, course) including the basis for the recording time.

Not received

Operational Instructions of the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome (INOP) regarding: - aerodrome security in the field of air traffic services;

- minimum conditions of the aerodrome with regard to functioning means of radio navigation and lighting for flight security;

- aerodrome security in the form of rescue and fire fighting services; - aerodrome fire protection category ;

- navigational and operational details of the aerodrome;

- conditions under which the aerodrome is closed; - safety procedure for aircraft classified “HEAD” (according to the Russian procedures, “LITERA A”).

Not received

Document with information concerning the declination in the area of the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome.

Not received

Document describing the rescue equipment at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome on 10 April 2010.

Not received

Document with search and rescue measures after the disaster of the Tu-154M aircraft on 10 April 2010 containing information regarding the efforts and resources utilised during these measures.

Not received

Reports/statements describing the course and measures of the search and rescue team during the activities connected with the Tu-154M aircraft disaster.

Not received

Document specifying the rules of organisation and operation of the legally binding aircraft rescue system in the Russian Federation.

Not received

Document specifying the conditions under which the aerodrome is closed and the binding procedure of the air force of the Russian Federation

Not received

Transcripts of radio correspondence:

- crews of aircraft: Yak-40, IL-76 [SCND: AWACS aircraft], Tu-154M

- positions of flight control (all available channels, with telephone communication channels and so-called “hands free” calling and “background” calling of the flight control positions on 10 April 2010)

Not received

Recording from the recorder of the parameters of the FDR flight (containing data regarding altitude PALT, RALT, progressive speed, speed of descent, courses, inclination, and tilt) and recording from the CVR recorder of the IL-76 [SCND: AWACS] aircraft relating to the 2 approaches to landing carried out on 10 April 2010 at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome.

Not received

Documents containing procedures relating to flights with “HEAD” status (“LITERA A” according to Russian procedure) in the Russian Federation.

Not received

Hearing/statement of the “Aviatsionogo Dispatchera” on duty on 7 April 2010 and 10 April 2010 at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome.

Not received

List of aerodrome security staff on 7 and 10 April 2010 and hearings/statements of those persons.

Not all information requested has been received

Copies of diaries of the positions and staff of aerodrome security relating to the proper functioning of the flight radio navigation and lighting equipment on 7 and 10 April 2010

Not received

Timetable of all flight operations at the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome on 10 April 2010

Not received

Minutes of hearings with CATC drafted by the public prosecutor of RF

Not received

Minutes of conversations and interviews (interrogations), statements, reports of CATC.

Not received

Minutes of hearings of KSL drafted by the public prosecutor of RF

Not received

Minutes of conversations and interviews (interrogations), statements, and reports of KSL.

Copies of interrogations from April 2010 received - Smolensk and May 2010 - Moscow - did not include everything requested

Hearings of service personnel in BRL and DRL positions drafted by the public prosecutor of RF

Not received

Minutes of conversations and interviews (interrogations), statements, and reports of service personnel in BRL and DRL positions collected by IAC.

Incomplete

Hearings of persons responsible for aerodrome security on 7 and 10 April 2010 drafted by the public prosecutor of RF.

Not received

Minutes of conversations and interviews (interrogations), statements, and reports of persons responsible for aerodrome security on 7 and 10 April 2010 collected by IAC.

Copies of interrogations from April 2010 received - Smolensk and May 2010 - Moscow - did not include everything requested

Hearings with pilots performing flights in the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome on 7 and 10 April 2010 drafted by the public prosecutor of RF.

Not received

Minutes of Hearings with pilots performing flights in the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome on 7 and 10 April 2010 collected by IAC.

Copies of interrogations from April 2010 received - Smolensk and May 2010 - Moscow - did not include everything requested - not received with respect to conversations with the persons in command of flight [SCND: of AWACS] IL-76

Document containing a list of persons and aerodrome safety resources on 7 and 10 April 2010

Not received

Copies of diaries of the positions and staff of aerodrome security relating to the proper functioning of the flight radio navigation and lighting equipment on 7 and 10 April 2010

Not received

Radio correspondence and record of radar course of flight in the airspace of the Russian Federation

Data includes radio correspondence on CVR. No records of radar have been provided.

AIP of the Russian Federation regarding the rules of performing flights in the airspace of the Russian Federation by foreign civil and state airline aircraft, and national provisions applicable in relation to such flights.

Received

Minutes of survey of the place of the accident.

Not received

Drawing of the place of the accident

Received – May 2010

Film material prepared at the place of the accident immediately after the disaster

Not received

Film material documenting the inspection and activities carried out following the disaster.

Not received

Photographic documentation from he place of the accident prepared immediately after the disaster

Not received

Photographic documentation prepared of the inspection and activities carried out at the place of the accident.

Not received

Drawing of the place of the accident

Received - May 2010

Photographic and film documentation of the aircraft wreck from the place of the accident documenting the movement of the debris.

Not received

Photographic and film documentation of the aircraft wreck from the place of the accident documenting the progress of the aeroplane wreck reconstruction.

Not received

Photographic and film documentation documenting the location and technical state of the aerodrome equipment – including lighting, BRL and DRL.

Not received

Film and photographic materials collected by the informational agency at the place of the accident.

Not received

List of expertise of technical equipment, systems and devices used on board conducted.

Not received

List of expertise of technical equipment, systems and devices used on board conducted in progress including the completion date thereof.

Not received

List of planned expertise of technical equipment, systems and devices used on board conducted including starting and ending dates.

Not received

Results of expert tests of samples of fuel, oils and hydraulic fluid collected at the wreck.

Received – September 2010

Maintenance book of the Tu-154M aircraft, which was on board the aircraft and was found at the place of the accident.

Received – September 2010

Technical documentation of the Tu-154M aircraft (made available to IAC)

Received

Staff documents connected with the preparation for and realisation of the flight found at the place of the accident.

Received – September 2010

Statements and notes from conversations with witnesses of the accident (list should include persons on the Polish side located in the aerodrome at Smolensk as well as witnesses on the side of the Russian Federation, including persons participating in the rescue effort).

Not received

TAF and METAR messages recreated by the meteorological services in Belarus and Russia of the surroundings of the aerodrome forwarded to the AFTN network on 7 and 10 April 2010.

These were available for civil aerodromes.

List of hourly data about the weather from the synoptic station of Smolensk Yuzhny - dated 10 April 2010

Information received

Statement by staff or meteorological services of the Smolensk “Severny” aerodrome regarding changes in conditions.

Received

Document containing information as to whether there were other stations recording atmospheric conditions (e.g. road stations, university stations, other) in direct proximity with the aerodrome, and details of such stations.

Not received

METAR messages from the Moscow - Vnukovo, Minsk and Vitebsk aerodromes dated 10 April 2010

These were available in the AFTN system

Minutes of the court medical section (inspection) of corpses of members of the crew and persons in the cockpit.

Not received

Results of biochemical and toxicological tests on the crew and persons in the cockpit.

Not received

Minutes of measures and tests identifying the victims of the disaster

Not received

Expert opinions, results of analyses relating to the activities of the crew at critical moments of the flight.

Received - analysis of activities of the commanders of the aircraft

[SCND: These were later proven to disengenuine and fabricated by the Russian side with the acquiescence of Donald Tusk administration and Polish Military Prosecutors' Office].

Expert opinions, results of analyses relating to correspondence and conversations in the cabin.

Received - analysis of activities of the commanders of the aircraft

[SCND: These were later proven to disengenuine and fabricated by the Russian side with the acquiescence of Donald Tusk administration and Polish Military Prosecutors' Office].

Expert opinion relating to the psychological profile of specific members of the crew.

Received - analysis of commanders of the aircraft

[SCND: These were later proven to disengenuine and fabricated by the Russian side with the acquiescence of Donald Tusk administration and Polish Military Prosecutors' Office].

Expert opinion, results of analyses relating to an evaluation of the CRM of the crew.

Received – analysis of activities of the commanders of the aircraft

[SCND: These were later proven to disengenuine and fabricated by the Russian side with the acquiescence of Donald Tusk administration and Polish Military Prosecutors' Office].

Expert opinion, results of analyses relating to the level of training of the members of the crew.

Not received

Expert opinion, results of analyses relating to the level of training of CATC, KSL, AD, BRL and DRL support staff.

Not received

Expert opinion, results of analyses relating to evaluation of the activities of CATC, KSL, AD, BRL and DRL support staff.

Not received

 

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"Russian Image Management"

The trip to Smolensk was expected to highlight Russia finally admitting culpability in the massacre, after long having blamed it on the Germans, an atrocity they had tried to conceal for over 70 years.

Eugene Poteat, retired CIA Senior Scientific Intelligence Officer.

As for the reception committee, it had different ideas. Putin wasn’t looking forward to such an occasion. Into this poisonous reception brew was President Kaczynski’s well-known public criticism of Moscow and Putin, a habit that has ended the lives of others within Russia – and abroad. A few discouraging Russian requirements – that Kaczynski could not attend in any official capacity – did not halt the Poles. Kaczynski would go anyway on non-official, “personal” business. To Russians, such a distinction would be meaningless, not lessening the possible international excoriation of such an event. A problem ripe for a modern, Russian solution: a tragic, ‘natural’ accident.

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Smolensk Crash Timeline

Timeline of events leading to the death of President of the Republic of Poland, Lech Kaczyński, and Polish government delegation near Smolensk, Russia, on April 10, 2010.

1. April 9, 2009 - Polish MON [Pol. abbr. Ministry of National Defense - Ministerstwo Obrony Narodowej] signs a contract concerning the repairs and renovation of two Polish Tu-154 planes. A consortium of MAW Telecom and Polit Elktronik firms wins the tender worth more than 69 million zloty. The second one of these companies isn't even registered with the CSR, and thus, should have been automatically disqualified from bidding. Furthermore, Polit Elekronik represents the interests of Russian arms manufacturers and has close relationship with Russian intelligence services.

For reasons that are impossible to explain, the offers made by other bidders are rejected; among those, are Metalexport-S, and the government-owned Bumar enterprise.

As reported by the Air Agency "Altair", the MON chose a contractor without any analysis of other bid proposals. The owner of the [Aviakor, (Rus. Авиако́р)] Samara repair plant chosen by the consortium is Oleg Deripaska [Rus. Оле́г Влади́мирович Дерипа́ска], who was investigated by the Western prosecutors on suspicion of money laundering and contacts with the "Russian Mafia" and who had his visa to the US revoked from 2006-2009. The Tupolev's engines, on the other hand, are overhauled in the factories managed by Sergey Chemezov [Sergey Viktorovich Chemezov, Rus. Серге́й Ви́кторович Чемезов], a former KGB agent, who form 1983 to 1988 worked undercover in Drezden. He lives next door to the president of Russia - Vladimir Putin. None of the Polish special services representatives were present during the critical engines' overhaul.

2. April 2009 - During a TV interview for Gazeta.pl, Janusz Palikot, then a deputy PO states: "In the event that Lech Kaczyński is unable to fulfill his duties until the end of his term, someone must be found, who is [perceived to be] playing outside of the playing field [...] Because of the constitutional role played by the Marshal [Bronisław] Komorowski, who is designated as a person who in the event of the death of the president is to take over the Polish presidency, it is prudent that it isn't perceived as a play, but as the Marshal's [legitimate] constitutional right [and duty]."

3. May 2009 - In the interview with RMF FM, Bronisław Komorowski states: "I do not pretend to be a seer or prophet [...] Coming presidential elections, the president [Lech Kaczyński] will be flying somewhere and it will all change".

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