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Putin call stops Smolensk press conference

18th October 2013

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The screen being used suddenly lit up with Skype calls including one from the Russian president
The screen being used suddenly lit up with Skype calls including one from the Russian president
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A press conference held on Wednesday by leading figures in the Law & Justice (PiS) party was interrupted when a Skype call from Vladimir Putin appeared on the screen the politicians were using for their presentation.

The press conference was attended by PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Antoni Macierewicz and Mariusz Blaszczak. The group claim that the Smolensk tragedy was caused not by an accident but by an explosion on-board the Tupolev 154-M aircraft and involved the Russians.

One of their experts, Dr. Bogdan Gajewski of the International Civil Aviation Authority, appeared at the conference via Skype where he stated that the crew was not at fault for the crash but had in fact “worked to ...

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