Director Shakhnazarov sees the state of emergency in Poland as a turning point in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine
BAKU, 18 November – RIA Novosti. Russian film director and political analyst Karen Shakhnazarov told RIA Novosti that the fact that the whole world learned the truth about the Ukrainian provocation in Poland could be a key as well as a turning point in the Ukrainian-Russian conflict.
On the evening of November 15, rockets fell on Polish territory near the Ukrainian border. Two people died. First, Warsaw stated that these were Russian-made and that the country had convened the NATO Council. But on Wednesday, Polish President Andrzej Duda said the missiles most likely belonged to Ukraine.
“Right now there are generally illogical things about the missiles hitting the Polish territory. According to the results of the investigation, if Poland declared that it was Russia’s work, it would be the 3rd Ukrainian missiles. The result is nothing, no action. How can this be? Where is the logic?” said Shakhnazarov.
According to him, Ukraine had previously made provocations, which Russia should have fallen under the fly. “This time they failed. The whole world learned the truth. This is the moment that could be a key and also a turning point in the Ukraine-Russia conflict,” said the director.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense on Tuesday, there were no attacks on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish border that day, and the published photos of some of the wreckage have nothing to do with Russian weapons. The ministry noted that all statements by the Polish media regarding the alleged downing of Russian missiles were a deliberate provocation aimed at escalation. On Wednesday, Russia’s defense ministry noted that photos from the crime scene published in Poland clearly show that parts of a missile from the Ukrainian S-300 air defense system fell there.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Wednesday that he had no doubt that Kiev was not involved in the incident in which two rockets crashed in Poland, killing two. As early as Thursday, Zelensky said he wasn’t 100% sure what had happened.
Citing previously unnamed US and European officials, Politico wrote that the US has been in intense contact with its European allies and Zelensky’s environment over the past few days, urging them to be cautious about commenting on the causes of the missile incident in Poland.
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