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Germany accused Ukraine of trying to involve NATO in a conflict with Russia

The Ukrainian authorities are trying to involve NATO in a conflict with Russia. This was stated by the columnist for the German edition of FAZ Thomas Gutsker.

In this regard, he recalled the missile incident in Poland. After him, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, Foreign Minister of the Republic Dmitry Kuleba and his deputy Andriy Melnik accused Moscow of what happened, without waiting for evidence. Moreover, Zelensky demanded a retaliatory strike against Russia “for the purposes of collective security.”

As a result, as Gutshker pointed out, all three Ukrainian politicians “failed the test of stress resistance and sanity.”

On November 15, a rocket fell on the territory of Poland near the border with Ukraine. As a result, two people died. At first, the Polish media reported that it was made in Russia, and Warsaw intends to convene a NATO council. However, the next day, Polish President Andrzej Duda said that the missile was likely Ukrainian, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky refused to believe this.

On Saturday, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a member of the French National Assembly and leader of the Arise France party, said that the French authorities should stop supporting the president of Ukraine. In his opinion, the Ukrainian leader is trying to provoke a third world war.

Source From: MK

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