Post: Kuleba: Ukrainian Armed Forces have evidence that the rocket that crashed in Poland did not belong to Ukraine

The rocket impact site in the Polish village of Przewodow. archive photo

Kuleba said that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had evidence that the rocket that fell in Poland did not belong to Ukraine.

MOSCOW, November 25 – RIA Novosti. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba claimsThe Ukrainian army allegedly has proof that the rocket that crashed on Polish territory on November 15 was not Ukrainian.

According to Kuleba, Kyiv is “very openly” participating in the investigation, along with the Polish services.

“We have heard political rumors that there is an anti-aircraft missile belonging to Ukraine, but we have not seen evidence. Our military has knowledge that it is not our missile. We are ready to exchange elements. After this joint activity, we will draw general conclusions and whatever happens,” Kuleba said in an interview with the French newspaper Parisien. We will accept it,” he said.

On the evening of November 15, a rocket crashed on the territory of Poland near the border with Ukraine – two people were killed. Initially, there were speculations about Russian missiles. But Polish President Andrzej Duda later said he had no proof that the crashed missile belonged to Russia and that it “most likely” belonged to Ukrainian air defense. NATO also voiced similar data. The Russian Ministry of Defense said that there were no attacks on targets close to the Ukrainian-Polish border that day. The ministry noted that all statements by the Polish media regarding the alleged downing of “Russian” missiles were a deliberate provocation aimed at escalation. The Russian defense ministry noted that photographs from the scene, published in Poland, clearly show that parts of a missile from the Ukrainian S-300 air defense system fell there.

In a statement on the “missile incident”, the Russian Foreign Ministry expressed confidence that an impartial investigation and the disclosure of its results would reveal “provocation”.

Source: Ria

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