Major revelations are unlikely to arise from the decoding of the black boxes from the Polish presidential plane, which crashed recently near Smolensk in Russia, the Polish Prime Minister said on a press conference on Wednesday.
"Do not expect sensational revelations to come from the decoding of the black boxes of the presidential plane," Donald Tusk said.
Kaczynski, his wife, and an official delegation of senior officials died when the plane taking them to a ceremony to pay tribute to some 20,000 Polish officers murdered by Soviet secret police crashed near west Russia's Smolensk on April 10. There were 96 people aboard the plane, including 8 crewmembers. No one survived.
Russian investigators, experts and Polish specialists are jointly investigating the causes of the deadly crash and Polish military prosecutors have opened their own investigations.
WARSAW, April 28 (RIA Novosti)