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"An interagency working group under the aegis of our commission, has mulled over various possible ways of rehabilitating the Polish nationals and drafted recommendations, which have been submitted to the presidential administration, where they have been discussed and where this work is continuing," said Mikhail Mityukov, the head of the Kremlin Commission for Rehabilitating Victims of Political Reprisals.

"Of the 183 volumes of the Katyn criminal case, 148 have been declassified," Mityukov told the Presidential Human Rights Council on Monday.

Polish lawyers argue that the Polish citizens, executed in Katyn, should be rehabilitated "by list" and they insist that the "Katyn crime" be re-qualified, an effective investigation carried out and all materials of the case declassified.

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