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Missile lands in Poland: “I don’t know what happened,” says Zelensky

Missile lands in Poland: “I don’t know what happened,” says Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Thursday that he “doesn’t know what happened” after a missile landed in Poland, although he maintained the missile was “Russian.”

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“I don’t know what happened. We don’t know for sure. The world will not know. But I’m sure it was a Russian missile, and I’m sure we launched it from air defense systems,” he said at an economic forum, quoted in a statement by the Ukrainian president.

Responding to a question about the incident, he said, “I cannot say specifically today.

“Decisions can be made about the origin of the shooting only after the investigation,” said Mr. Zelensky added.

Russia has repeatedly denied Tuesday’s missile launch, which ended its trajectory when it fell in Poland near a village near the border with Ukraine. Warsaw, for its part, considered it “highly likely” that it was a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile.

However, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Thursday that Russia was “fully responsible” for whoever carried out the strike.

Volodymyr Zelenskyi also said on Thursday that Ukrainian experts will participate in the international investigation to shed light on the incident.

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