Source Pravda.Ru

Lithuania may publish Russian fighter crash findings soon

VILNIUS. Sept 28. The Lithuanian commission investigating the crash of a Russian Su-27 fighter in Lithuania earlier this month said on Wednesday it might publish its findings this week.

"All the facts have been put together, the pilot has been interviewed, and all the black box information is available, as are data from other sources except for information that the Russian side has failed to provide," Brig. Gen. Vitalijus Vaiksnoras, head of the commission and chief of the defense staff, told reporters, Interfax reported.

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