War in Ukraine – Missile in Poland: A senior Russian official has accused Kyiv of trying to provoke “direct military conflict between Russia and NATO”.

Last Tuesday a A missile landed in Polandleading to the death of two inhabitants of the village Wires, on the Ukrainian border. Initially, Moscow was blamed for the attack because the missile was manufactured in Russia. Aggression against NATO membership raised fears of an unprecedented escalation of conflict.

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“A direct military conflict between Russia and NATO”

Since then, it appears that the Ukrainian military shot down the missile through its air defense system, although the president Volodymyr Zelensky has denied any responsibility for the incident.

An approach condemned by the Kremlin, which accuses Ukraine of trying to involve NATO in the war. “Ukrainian officials are not begging Washington for more military aid“, Anatoly Antonov, the Russian ambassador to the United States, declared with the American press NewsweekBefore adding: “They are also trying to provoke a direct military conflict between the Russian Federation and NATO.”

Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov told Newsweek that Ukraine is “trying to provoke a direct military conflict between the Russian Federation and NATO.” https://t.co/pX7u4xgQ6l

— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 18, 2022

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