Russia hands Poland declassified Katyn documents
A statement on the prosecutor's website says the 11 volumes refer to the criminal records and place of burial of the victims.
Russia's long-delayed cooperation on the wartime killings has helped mend fractious ties between Moscow and Warsaw.
The Soviets falsely blamed the Katyn massacre on the Nazis for years, before Mikhail Gorbachev acknowledged the Soviet role in 1990.
Earlier this year Russia's ambassador to Poland said a decision had been made to exonerate the Polish prisoners of war of any crimes against the Soviet Union.
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