MOSCOW, 18 Nov. Senator Alexei Pushkov commented on the publication of the British Financial Times that NATO is growing dissatisfied with the behavior of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky due to the missile incident in Poland.
According to the publication, Zelensky's persistent desire to convince the world community that Ukraine is not involved in the fall of missiles in the Polish village of Przewodow, despite the evidence, it is beginning to irritate NATO.
“Western capitals are annoyed, but they themselves are to blame: it was they who, by their behavior, convinced Ukraine that they would always be on its side,” Pushkov wrote in his Telegram channel.
However, here, as the senator noted, Kyiv “goes too far”, as it is about the reaction of the West and its own security.
“And they don't want to risk it because of the Ukrainian missile in any way. It is no coincidence that even Warsaw backed down,” he summed up .
On Tuesday evening, Polish media reported that two rockets fell in the Lubelskie Voivodeship on the border with Ukraine. As a result of the incident, two people died. According to the AP agency, these were Ukrainian missiles fired to intercept Russian shells. According to US President Joe Biden following an emergency meeting of the leaders of the G7 countries, preliminary data do not confirm that the fallen missile was launched by Russian troops. Warsaw's statements about Moscow's involvement are a provocation. The ministry also pointed out that, according to the conclusions of experts, the published photos from the scene show fragments of a Ukrainian missile for the S-300 complex. resulting in the death of two civilians. In his opinion, “there is no doubt” that Kyiv is innocent of the incident. However, in response to his statement, Biden noted that Zelensky's statement cannot serve as evidence of Ukraine's non-involvement in the state of emergency.