NATO chief: It’s not Ukraine’s fault

“Preliminary investigations indicate that the explosion may have been caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile launched to defend Ukrainian territory,” the NATO chief said. He attributed the outbreak in Poland to Russia because it “continues an illegal war in Ukraine.” “It’s not Ukraine’s fault,” he stressed.

NATO is united – Stoltenberg promised, pointing to decisions to strengthen the alliance’s eastern flank taken during the summit in Madrid. Talked about unity with Poland. He also announced his support for struggling Ukraine.

“NATO countries agree that we must act vigilantly, calmly and closely coordinated,” Stoltenberg said.

He also condoled those who lost their lives in the incident.

The NATO chief said there were no indications that this was a premeditated attack and that Russia was planning aggression against a NATO country.

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