National Interest: Kiev’s behavior after the state of emergency in Poland angers US and NATO partners
MOSCOW, November 21 – RIA Novosti. US and its allies reconsider their stance towards Ukraine after Kiev’s backlash On the crash of a rocket in Poland, he writes national interest.
Although the USA admitted that the rocket belonged to Ukraine, it was noted that the statements of Vladimir Zelensky, who blamed Russia for the events, disappointed Washington.
“Kiev’s stubborn behavior with missile launch has caused frustration and anger not only among American conservatives, but also among the White House and other NATO partners,” the material says.
The author noted that the Polish missile crisis was the first such scandal around Kyiv since the beginning of the Russian special operation. He added that the current situation had great repercussions in American circles.
A deadly border incident between Poland and Ukraine has reignited the debate over greater US support for Kiev, with the House of Representatives now controlled by Republicans.
The article highlights, among other things, that conservative-minded politicians and activists have long been skeptical of Biden’s policies towards Ukraine, and that the tragedy in Poland has only fueled the fire.
On the evening of November 15, rockets fell on Polish territory near the Ukrainian border, killing two. Initially, Warsaw stated that the missiles were Russian-made and that the country had convened a NATO Council. But on Wednesday, Polish President Andrzej Duda said it was highly likely that the missiles belonged to Ukraine.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, 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 about the downing of “Russian” missiles were a deliberate provocation aimed at escalation.
Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday said he had no doubt that Kiev was not involved in the incident in Poland. As early as Thursday, he admitted that he wasn’t 100% sure what had happened.
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