November 16, 2022 Russia-Ukraine information

Tomasz Szatkowski, Polish Ambassador to NATO
Tomasz Szatkowski, Polish Ambassador to NATO (CNN)

The Polish ambassador to NATO mentioned that “the last word duty lies with Russia”, after the lethal missile that fell on Polish territory on Tuesday, which left two folks lifeless.

Talking to CNN, Ambassador Tomasz Szatkowski mentioned the incident wouldn’t have occurred if Russia had not attacked Ukraine and engaged in warfare crimes by attacking civilian infrastructure.

“Final duty lies with Russia,” Szatkowski mentioned.

When requested how Poles really feel after the incident, Szatkowski mentioned “a sure degree of apprehension is comprehensible”, including that the authorities are doing quite a bit to reassure the inhabitants.

Afterward Wednesday, Russia’s ambassador to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, rejected these claims.

“Now we have lengthy ceased to be shocked by their makes an attempt, in any circumstances regardless of the actual fact or frequent sense, accountable Russia for every thing,” Nebenzya mentioned through the UN Safety Council assembly in New York.

“In the present day, regardless of clear proof of Ukrainian-Polish provocation, many representatives of Western nations claimed that even when the missiles had been launched by Ukraine, Russia remains to be accountable for destroying vital infrastructure,” Nebenzya added.

Some extra context: Polish and NATO leaders mentioned the missile was probably fired by Ukrainian forces defending their nation in opposition to a barrage of Russian assaults and that the incident seemed to be an accident.

Poland’s investigation into the incident continues.

That is the primary time {that a} NATO nation has been straight affected through the battle. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg additionally mentioned Russia bears “final duty” for the incident, “because it continues its unlawful warfare in opposition to Ukraine.”

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