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Polish member of the European parliament (EP) Ryszard Czarnecki, in an interview with Polsat News, called the lack of an apology from Kyiv for the state of emergency with the missile falling in Poland's Przevodów near the Ukrainian border a mistake and a “gift for Putin”.
“If the Ukrainians said” sorry “, then in Poland they would accept it with understanding. The absence of these apologies is a gift for Vladimir Putin,” Czarniecki shared his opinion, adding that Moscow would be able to handle such a situation to use to their advantage.
The position of one of the Ukrainian politicians was described by the member of the EP as incomprehensible in the relationship between Poland and Ukraine, referring to the words of one of Volodymyr Zelensky's advisers, who, at a time when Kyiv should be looking for allies, he said that Ukraine and Poland will fight for dominance in this region of Europe.< /p>
In the evening of November 15, the mass media reported on the fall of two rockets in the Lublin Voivodeship on the border of Poland and Ukraine, two people became victims of the incident. According to the Associated Press, they were Ukrainian rockets fired to intercept Russian shells.
Warsaw initially claimed they were Russian munitions, but then Polish President Andrzej Duda admitted they were most likely Ukrainian weapons .
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported that no strikes were carried out on targets near Ukraine's border with Poland. The Russian military department called all Warsaw's statements about Moscow's involvement a provocation.
Experts have concluded that the published photos from the scene of the emergency show fragments of a Ukrainian missile for the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system (SAM).