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Kaczynski’s Body Arrives at Presidential Palace

April 11, 2010 by USA Post 

Russia Poland President Plane CrashThe transfer of military aircraft on Sunday to the body of the Warsaw Polish President Lech Kaczynski, who died in a plane crash on Saturday.

Guard and the Polish Armed Forces‘ honor, the president’s twin brother, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the speaker and acting President Bronislaw Komorowski, and Prime Minister Donald Tusk, other officials, as well as thousands of Poles, met the plane in the Polish capital. The body was to be delivered to the presidential palace.

Kaczynski and his wife died and other senior officials on Saturday morning in a plane Tu-154 Soviet-made portable with the highest of trees as it tried to land at the airport in Smolensk in western Russia in thick fog. He died a total of 96 people on board – 88 passengers and eight crew members –.

The plane, with Kaczynski and a delegation of senior Polish officials to a ceremony to commend the officers more than 20,000 Poles who were executed in Katyn forest and other sites by the Soviet secret police in 1940. Officers had been taken prisoner by Soviet forces when the Soviet Union invaded Poland during the early days of World War II.

Komorowski declared seven days of national mourning.
Lined up the body of Polish President Lech Kaczynski, who died in the crash of a plane and arrived on Sunday in the presidential palace, where tens of thousands of Poles in the streets to pay tribute to the past.

Kaczynski and his wife died and other senior officials on Saturday morning in a plane Tu-154 Soviet-made portable with the highest of trees as it tried to land at the airport of Smolensk in western Russia in thick fog. He died a total of 96 people on board – 88 passengers and eight crew members –.

It was not known after the date of burial.

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