Russia will provide Lithuania with another two documents on the Su-27 Flanker fighter that crashed over the Baltic country on September 15, a Russian envoy to a Lithuanian investigating commission said Sunday.
Sergei Bainetov told a Russian radio station the first document was related to the aircraft's identification number, while the second one, to radars' data. He said he believed this would be enough to make final conclusions about the crash.
Earlier, Lithuania accused Russia of providing deliberately "wrong" data about the crashed plane, RIA Novosti reports.
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