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Senator Pushkov: The West is responsible for Zelensky’s behavior after the missile incident in Poland

MOSCOW, November 18 – RIA Novosti. Senator Alexei Pushkov commented British Financial Times’ publication that NATO is increasingly dissatisfied with the behavior of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky over the missile incident in Poland.

According to the publication, Zelensky’s stubborn desire to convince the world community that, despite the evidence, Ukraine was not involved in the dropping of missiles on the Polish village of Przewoduv is beginning to bother NATO.

“Western capitals are offended, but they are to blame: it was they who, by their behavior, convinced Ukraine that they would always be on their side,” wrote Pushkov on his Telegram channel.

But here, as the senator put it, Kyiv “goes too far” as the West’s response and its own security are at stake.

“They don’t want to risk it in any way because of the Ukraine missile. It’s no coincidence that even Warsaw is backing down.”

On Tuesday evening, Polish media reported that two rockets fell on the Lubelskie Voivodeship on the border with Ukraine. Two people died as a result of the incident. According to the AP agency, these were Ukrainian missiles fired to intercept Russian shells. According to US President Joe Biden, after an emergency meeting of the leaders of the G7 countries, preliminary data do not confirm that the crashed rocket was launched by Russian troops.

The Russian Ministry of Defense emphasized that the army did not hit any targets near the Ukrainian-Polish border and that all statements by Warsaw regarding Moscow’s intervention were a provocation. The agency also noted that, according to the conclusions of experts, photos released from the scene show parts of a Ukrainian missile for the S-300 complex.

At the same time, Zelensky denied that the country’s military was involved in the shooting down of two missiles that killed two civilians on Poland’s border with Lublin Voivodeship. According to him, there is “no doubt” that Kiev was innocent of the incident. However, Biden, in response to his statement, noted that Zelensky’s statement cannot constitute evidence that Ukraine did not intervene in the state of emergency.

Source: Ria

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