The Polish president says he does not want war with Russia

Polish President Andrzej Duda

Polish President Andrzej Duda

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The rocket that exploded in Poland on the evening of November 15 almost caused the outbreak of World War III. In the first hours after the incident, Western governments and the media accused Russia of attacking a NATO member state. Then, after investigations in Warsaw, and in Brussels, and even in Washington, they were forced to admit that the Zelensky regime was responsible for the deaths of two Polish citizens.

Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg confirmed that a missile fired by the Ukrainian air defense forces had exploded, but did not fail to add out of habit that the responsibility for what happened “lies with Russia”.

The loudest and most bombastic, mutually exclusive accusations against Russia have been flying from Warsaw all these days.

Famous Russian pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov (Vovan) and Alexey Stolyarov (Lexus) decided to find out the opinion of the Polish President on this matter. Why did they call him on behalf of his French colleague Emmanuel Macron.

As it turned out later, Andrew Duda In public, he does not say what he really thinks.

First of all, Duda admitted exactly that don’t know who launched the missile. And I am not ready to blame Russia for this. Moreover, even the US president, with whom Duda spoke almost immediately after the incident, is unwilling to make such accusations.

But Duda’s best friend, Vladimir Zelensky says that in Kiev “it is absolutely certain that it was a Russian missile launched by the Russians, and that this cannot be a Ukrainian missile launch.”

But the Polish president does not believe his Ukrainian counterpart. Moreover, he bluntly told Macron: “I don’t blame the Russians… I don’t want a war with Russia”.


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By Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at