Missile strike in Poland: Zelensky demands access to partners' data

Missile strike in Poland: Zelensky demands access to partners' data
Ukrainian President Volodomy Zelenskyy addressing the UN Security Council. Credit: Ukrainian presidential press service

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky demanded on Wednesday that Ukrainian experts be given access to “all data” from Western countries and to the site of a missile strike in Poland.

"We will establish all the details, every fact,” the president said in his daily address to the Ukrainian people. “Therefore, our specialists must participate in the international investigation and have access to all the data available to our partners and to the site of the explosion.”

His statements appear to hint at a change in the president’s tone.

Earlier in the day, he had assured that the missile was Russian and certainly not Ukrainian.

NATO, Poland and the U.S. assume that it was a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile that accidentally landed in Poland. However, the two fatalities it caused are the responsibility of Russia, which started the war in the first place, Western countries say.


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