Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko suggested that the fall of missiles on the territory of Poland was planned by politicians. According to the president, the incident cannot be called an accident.
“I’m afraid to draw conclusions, but it looks like such an agreement,” the head of Belarus said during a meeting with the head of Udmurtia Alexander Brechalov.
As Lukashenka noted, the Armed Forces of Ukraine fired at Russian missiles in the east, but the Ukrainian ammunition went to the west. At the same time, the Belarusian leader stressed that during the launch, the Russian army did not strike.
“Why exactly against the backdrop of the G20 summit did they suddenly attack the NATO state?” the President asked.
Earlier, Rzeczpospolita sources reported that Warsaw refused to involve Kyiv in the investigation. State of emergency in Przevoduv.