It's official: traces of explosives found on the presidential plane that crashed in Russia

According to the evidence, numerous parts of the aircraft, as well as the body of at least one victim examined by specialized devices showed the presence of explosives - the Smolensk subcommittee said on Tuesday in the communiqué.

The Smolensk subcommittee, said that the presence of explosives showed "tests done with specialized devices". The wreck was to be tested, among others, by chromatography method. In mid-April this year, a member of the Commission prof. Wiesław Binienda wrote in a technical report about two explosions that ripped the hull and the left wing of the machine. The expert claimed that he had "irrefutable evidence" for explosions in the presidential Tu-154.