Polish President Regarding Missile Strike “Unfortunate Accident”

First the lies by omission, alongside the insinuations, than the correction of the lie.

A missile which landed in Poland earlier this week, killing two people, was likely an “unfortunate accident”, the country’s president said on Wednesday.—poland-president–11420170.html

Nato-member Poland initially said the explosion in the village of Przewodow, close to the Ukrainian border, was caused by a Russian-made rocket, and the country’s military was put on high alert.

But on Wednesday, president Andrezej Duda said at a press conference that it was likely not an “intentional attack” and instead an “unfortunate accident”, with the Russian-made rocket being used by the Ukrainian air defence.

Duda was quick to come out and make a highly suggestive accusation when it was politically expedient to do so. The legacy media was happy to oblige. Than everyone jumps to a conclusion that is corrected at a later time/date.

“Polish President Andrzej Duda told reporters that it was “most likely a Russian-made missile”

Prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki added that while the country was still assessing whether it should launch the Nato Article 4 procedure, it seemed it may not be necessary. Article 4 states that members will consult with each other if the security of one member is threatened.

The Russian defence ministry said: “The photos published in the evening of November 15 in Poland of the wreckage found in the village of Przewodow are unequivocally identified by Russian defence industry specialists as elements of an anti-aircraft guided missile of the S-300 air defence system of the Ukrainian air force.”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov added that “baseless statements” had been made about Russia’s potential involvement and accused some countries of being “hysterical”.

NATO Press Conference

An investigation into this incident is ongoing, and we need to await its outcome.
But 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 NATO.

Our preliminary analysis suggests that the incident was likely caused by a Ukrainian air defence missile fired to defend Ukrainian territory against Russian cruise missile attacks.

Why the admission? Because most of the world doesn’t stand behind the West. Most of the world doesn’t stand behind NATO

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