Russian pranksters Vovan and Lexus phoned Polish President Andrzej Duda after the November 15 missile crash in Pszewodów on behalf of French President Emanuel Macron. The office has already acknowledged that such a conversation really took place, however, they noted that after a few minutes Duda understood the set-up and interrupted the call.

A recording of a conversation between Russian pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolarov and Andrzej Duda appeared on Russian social networks the day before. During the conversation, Duda says that he does not blame the Russians and does not want a war with Russia. Pseudomacron only laconically agrees.

“After the rocket explosion in Pszewoduv during a series of telephone conversations with heads of state and governments was a person posing as French President Emmanuel Macron. During the conversation, the president, by an unusual way of conducting a conversation, realized that there could be an attempt at fraud and stopped the conversation, ”- declared today in Duda’s office.

It is also noted that after that, the office immediately began to investigate the incident in cooperation with the relevant services.

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As a result of the fall of a rocket in the village of Przewoduv, Lublin Voivodeship, not far from the Polish-Ukrainian border, on November 15, two people were killed. An investigation is currently ongoing to determine whose missile it was – a Russian one that aimed to attack western Ukraine, but missed, or a Ukrainian air defense missile that tried to shoot down a Russian missile. Anyway Poland and other Western countries blame Russia for the tragedy because this situation would not have happened if the Russian Federation had not unleashed a war.

How will relations between Kyiv and Warsaw develop after the explosions in Poland? Will the incident affect the provision of weapons by the West to Ukraine, including air defense systems? The answers to these questions are in the article. Vladimir Kravchenko “Wake-up signal: what should Ukraine do after a rocket fall in Poland” .