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Russia summons Polish ambassador after anti-aircraft missile incident

The Russian Foreign Ministry summoned on Wednesday the ambassador of PolandKrzysztof Krajewski, due to the “gratuitous” accusations that it was the Russian Army that launched the anti-aircraft missile that killed two people on Polish territory on Tuesday.

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“The Polish ambassador has been summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry,” wrote María Zajárova, Foreign Affairs spokesperson, on her Telegram channel.

Previously, Zajárova wondered if Warsaw does not want to apologize for accusing Russia and summoning its ambassador when everything indicates today that the missile was Ukrainian.

“We are sure that an impartial investigation and the publication of its results will be able to unmask this provocation,” says the foreign statement.

Moscow denounces that, although it provided data from the outset “irrefutable” on the non-involvement of Russia in the incident, several countries of the NATO and the media spread statements “free” about what “The culprit may be Russia.”

Foreign Affairs frames these accusations in the “The anti-Russian campaign” launched by the West around the conflict in Ukraine.

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Furthermore, he accused kyiv to try to accuse Russia of all evils to consolidate Western support, when “Preliminary data on this incident points to Ukraine.”

This afternoon the President of Poland, Andrzej Dudaassured that “It is probable” than the missile “out released by Ukraine” and added that “nothing indicates” that it was a “intentional attack against Poland”.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki stated: “What I can say is that the majority of the evidence that we have collected indicates that it will not be necessary to invoke Article IV of the NATO right now”.

Along the same lines, the Alliance’s general secretary, Jens Stoltenbergcommented: “We have no indication that this was the result of a deliberate attack and we have no indication that Russia is preparing offensive military actions against the NATO”.

The ambassadors of the 30 allies were informed of the situation by the Supreme Commander of the Alliance for Europe (SACEUR), US General Christopher G. Cavoli, as well as by the Polish ambassador.

The situation, Stoltenberg asserted, “It demonstrates the dangers connected with the war in Ukraine.”

While, Ukraine has requested a joint investigation and access to the crash site.

Source: Elcomercio

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