"Please do not expect that the commission will point to the culprits, because it is not the task of this committee, only an indication of what factors and events led to this tragedy," Macierewicz said at a briefing.
Moreover, Antoni Macierewicz has decided to declassify archive materials relating to the 2010 plane crash near the Russian city of Smolensk that killed then-president and dozens high-level figures.
"I decided to declassify and provide to the public materials concerning the Smolensk disaster," Macierewicz said at a briefing.
The Moscow-based Interstate Aviation Committee said in a report that the flight crew’s decision not to reroute the plane to an alternative aerodrome led to the crash. In early February, the Polish Defense Ministry said that Warsaw would restart its investigation into the crash from the very beginning.