Biden disputed Zelensky's statement that the missile that fell in Poland "must be Russian"

Biden and Zelenski meet at White House / EPA-EFE / Doug Mills / POOL

American President Joe Biden today disputed the statement of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that the rocket that fell in Poland, killing two people, was not of Ukrainian origin.

- That is not evidence - Biden told reporters at the White House after returning from a trip to Asia, reports Reuters.

Zelenskiy said yesterday that he is convinced that the explosion in which two people died in Poland was not caused by a missile from Ukraine.

- I have no doubt, it is not our rocket - Zelensky told the Ukrainian media, reports Reuters.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said yesterday that the investigation into the fall of the missile on the territory of Poland is ongoing, but that preliminary analyzes "suggest that the incident was most likely caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile."

Stoltenberg specified at the press conference that it was most likely a missile "launched in order to defend Ukrainian territory from attacks by Russian cruise missiles".

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