According to Zelenski, who also claims he does not disbelieve the accounts of his military troops, “I have no doubt that it was not our missile.” “It serves no use to harbor mistrust. I was with them during the war, “Finally, he said.
In this regard, Zelenski emphasized that the investigation into what occurred was ongoing and requested Poland to permit Ukrainian officials to visit the location and conduct their own investigations. “Can’t we present the results in their entirety? I consider it fair “He evaluated.
Zelenski’s statements differ from those of his international allies, such as the president of the United States, Joe Biden, who has deemed it “improbable” that Russia was the source of the missile that fell in this border town. On the other hand, Russia has described the accusations as a “provocation.”
In a similar vein, Polish President Andrzej Duda has stated that there is no evidence to support Russia’s accusation that the incident was an intentional strike.
According to NATO, the incident that resulted in the deaths of two people was likely caused by the impact of a missile fired by Ukrainian air defenses in self-defense against Russian attacks; as a result, according to the Secretary General of the Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, “this is not Ukraine’s fault.”