Ukraine President Zelensky says he does not “know what happened” over Poland missile blast

On Thursday, in comments made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, he said he does not “know what happened” regarding the missile blast that fell into Poland.

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Speaking about the missile that fell on a Polish village near the Poland-Ukraine border, Ukrainian President Zelensky said “I don’t know what happened. We don’t know for sure. The world does not know.” 

However, while he says he does not know what happened, he is “sure that it was a Russian missile, I am sure that we fired from air defence systems,”.

In addition, Ukrainian President Zelensky said “But it is impossible to talk about something specific today — that it was the air defence of Ukraine.”

However, just prior Zelensky had said he had “no doubts” that “it wasn’t our missile” that hit Poland even though Polish President Andrzej Duda said it was “highly probable” that the missile did originate from Ukraine by a Ukrainian anti-aircraft defence.

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