“We share the view that Russia bears full duty for its missile terror and its penalties on the territory of Ukraine, Poland and Moldova,” international minister Dmytro Kuleba stated on Twitter, asserting he had spoken by phone with US secretary of state Antony Blinken.
A missile struck the Polish village of Przewodow close to the Ukrainian border on Tuesday, killing two individuals, elevating fears of an escalation of the battle.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky stated on Wednesday that the missile was Russian however Kyiv’s allies stated the explosion was probably attributable to a Ukrainian air defence missile launched to intercept Russian assaults.
Warsaw, Washington and Nato confused that Moscow was in the end in charge for attacking Ukraine. The Kremlin stated it had “nothing to do with the incident”.