Although This Missile Was Ukraine's Crime, It's Still Russia's Fault! -NATO


 NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the missile that claimed two lives in Poland on Wednesday morning was most likely from Ukraine.

It is understood that the missile was fired by Ukraine in defense and in response to a Russian missile attack.

Citing the BBC that reported the statement, Stoltenberg also said that they had no indication that this was a deliberate attack from Russia.

He however continued to blame Russia for its continued aggression on Ukraine.

He said he attended a meeting of support groups for Ukraine, NATO allies and partners to make new pledges for more advanced air defense systems capable of shooting down Russian missiles.

However, the best way to avoid this kind of incident in the future is for Russia to stop the war.

Russia has become the main 'suspect' of a missile that hit a village in Poland, sparking fears that new tensions will arise.

In fact, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also continued to accuse that the missile belonged to Russia.

"I am sure that this is not our missile," Zelensky said in a televised statement. "I believe that this is a Russian missile, based on our military reports."

He also called for Ukraine to be allowed to participate in the investigation into the incident which took place on a farm in Przewodow, 6km from its border.