Biden responded to Zelensky’s claims about missiles that fell in Poland

The White House statement says that US President Joe Biden does not consider the statement of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to be proof that Kyiv was not involved in the missiles falling on Polish territory.

The White House statement confirmed that Zelensky’s remarks “do not constitute evidence.”

President of Ukraine Zelensky said earlier that he had no doubts that Kyiv was not involved in the incident in Poland, when two rockets fell on its territory, killing two people, and called on Ukrainian representatives to inspect the scene, adding that he “wants clues” .

Polish media reported yesterday evening, November 15, about the fall of a rocket on Polish territory in the province of Ljubljana, where the Polish Foreign Ministry claimed that this rocket was Russian-made. For his part, Polish President Andrzej Duda pointed out that Warsaw does not have accurate information about the ownership of the rocket that fell on the territory of the republic.

According to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, no strikes were carried out on objects near the Ukrainian-Polish border, the published photos of some of the debris have nothing to do with Russian weapons, and all statements by the Polish media about the alleged fall of a Russian missile are “a deliberate provocation with the aim of aggravating the situation.”

Source: News

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