Jacek Sasin, a spokesman for the Presidential Palace, said Kaczynska's body would be sent to Warsaw on Tuesday.
said the bodies of the first couple would lie in state at the palace beginning Tuesday, their coffins closed, and the public would be permitted to view them.
"We want every Pole who wants to pay tribute to the president, to be able to come and stand by the coffin," he
said that officials are now planning the funeral for Saturday but a final decision depends on when the bodies of all 96 victims are returned home.
So far, 87 bodies have been recovered.
Medvedev has said he
wants to attend, according to Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski.
said nothing has been changed in the living quarters of the president and his
wife since they were there for breakfast Saturday.
"I don't think there is anyone who would want to change anything there.
We still cannot believe what has happened," he