A Warsaw newspaper Nasz Dziennik got iinterrogation records of the employees of the Polish embassy in Moscow at the military prosecutor's office in Warsaw and published quotations from them in its issue of July 6.
The newspaper writes that an embassy employee Emilia Yasiuk, who met the plane at the airport, was at the disaster site in 8 minutes after the crash, but she was barred from shooting photos by the his Polish superiors. Instead, a Polish diplomat Tomas Turovski ordered her to compile the lists of the dead.
Turovski himself witnessed that Russian FSB officers told him that three Polish "showed signs of life (żyzniennyje refleksy)".
Jaroslaw Drozda, Consul General of Poland in St. Petersburg, testified that the three Poles were taken by an ambulance:
"At this point, I saw men in white coats. They said that three people had been taken by an ambulance".
Polish Ambassador to Moscow, Jerzi Bahr, testified: "I did not see the front of the plane and I can not say if anyone survived".
The newspaper notes that the testimonies of the Polish embassy employees are in flagrant contradiction with the statement by Poland's Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski, made immediately after the disaster, who claimed that no one survive in the crash.
Department of Monitoring