Biden Argues With Zelenskyy About Mysterious Missile


 

President Biden disputed remarks made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Thursday. Zelenskyy is adamant that a Ukrainian missile was not to blame for the "explosion" that claimed two lives in Poland.

Biden told reporters, "That’s not the evidence," after arriving in Washington shortly after 12:30 a.m.

President Biden refuted statements made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy who is adamant that the "explosion" that claimed two lives in Poland was not caused by a Ukrainian missile.

"I have no doubt this was not our missile and not our missile strike," Zelenskyy informed Ukrainian media from a news conference in Kyiv, adding he was confident in the assurance from his top commanders.

An anonymous U.S. official apparently misled The Associated Press when he claimed that a Russian missile had struck NATO territory, which immediately raised concerns about how the member countries would respond. This tragic event on Tuesday sparked an international outcry.

Zelenskyy later acknowledged that the possibility that Poland was hit by air defense system debris after Russia launched dozens of strikes across Ukraine earlier this week could not be completely ruled out.

"But there is an investigation for this," said Zelenskyy.

The Ukrainian president questioned this theory noting the size of the impact area, which he estimated to be roughly 65 feet in diameter and 16 feet deep.

"I have my own opinion," he said. "I believe that this is a Russian missile."

Zelenskyy said he would like to see the evidence if it is determined to have originated from Ukraine's defense system, and Kyiv has asked NATO and Poland to permit Ukraine to assist with the investigation.

"If some debris killed these people, then we need to apologize. We are honest people," he added.

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