That should have annoyed Putin terribly.

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Fact however is that Lech Kaczynski, then in the EU the sharpest critic of the foreign policy of Vladimir Putin, has overstepped a red line out of the view of Moscow. Read more:

Here excerpts from a report I read today:

 

Poland

Was there a Russian interest in Kaczynski’s death?

Many Poles suspect that Warsaw and Moscow defend a wrong version of the plane crash of Smolensk. There is a rumour about an assassination attempt – and about conspiracy and hush up.

There is no peace over the graves of Smolensk. Two weeks ago the newspaper "Rzeczpospolita" has reported about supposedly explosive trails at the wreck of the crashed president machine. Since then the doubts grow in Poland whether the Polish authorities – inevitably in cooperation with the Russian – are on the right way with the explanation of the plane crash in Russia.

Today the country is further away from concord than ever. Even more so since the explosive text, which had an explosive effect on its own.

Many Poles ask, more than for the failures of a newspaper, however for the failures of the state. Always more citizens suspect the governments in Warsaw and Moscow defend a version of the crash together, which appears to be questionable in always more points.

According to opinion polls also now a minority believes in an assassination attempt. 63 Per cent – with it prominent politicians – demand however an international investigation. A clear signal: They do not believe that the Polish state will finish the matter alone.

It could be ex-secret followers in Poland. Moreover there are "on the entire area of the former imperium" – of the soviet sphere of influence – many whom Kaczynski has annoyed immensely.

Did powers in Russia plan an assassination attempt?

Therefore powers in Russia? This question is never discussed openly in Poland. Fact however is that Lech Kaczynski, then in the EU the sharpest critic of the foreign policy of Vladimir Putin, has overstepped a red line out of the view of Moscow.

When Russian tanks in the war against Georgia in 2008 advanced on its capital Tiflis, Kaczynski drummed the presidents of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Ukraine together and flew with them together with his Tupolev into the Caucasus. There the five demonstrated their solidarity with Georgia. Foreign presidents opposed Russian tanks so to speak as living shields: That should have annoyed Putin terribly.

 

See
2010 Apr 12 – Poland reeling from leader’s death in crash
and several other webpages after that and also
2012 Oct 30 – Plane crash – Was Lech Kaczynski‘s death an assassination after all?.

 

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