Czech general Shedivy accused Zelensky of spreading disinformation about the state of emergency in Poland.
MOSCOW, November 19 – RIA Novosti. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in an interview that he should not make a statement about the state of emergency in Poland based on unreliable data. iROZHLAS General Jiří Šedivy, Former Chief of Staff of the Czech Army.
Shedivy said, “The Ukrainians should not distribute information that has not yet been verified. I mean what President Volodymyr Zelensky said.”
In the head of state’s opinion, he “steered the discussion in the wrong direction.”
The interlocutor of the publication added that it is necessary not to draw hasty conclusions while investigating the incident, but to act “very carefully”. Therefore, he recalled that shortly after the incident, Warsaw began to choose more carefully the explanations for Moscow on this issue.
On the evening of November 15, a rocket crashed on the Ukrainian border in Poland, killing two.
Warsaw initially blamed Moscow for the incident, but later President Andrzej Duda admitted that Ukrainian weapons were involved.
Preliminary data do not confirm that the crashed rocket was launched by Russian troops, according to US President Joe Biden.
The Russian Ministry of Defense emphasized that the army did not hit any targets in the region on the Ukraine-Poland border, describing all statements by Warsaw regarding the “intervention of Moscow” as a provocation. Experts concluded that photographs taken from the scene show parts of a Ukrainian missile for the S-300 complex.
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