President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is convinced that the missile that fell in Poland on Tuesday was not Ukrainian.
Source: Zelenskyy on air during the 24/7 national joint newscast on 16 November
Quote: "I have no doubt that it was not our missile or our missile strike...
I am confident that we should and will (take part in the investigation - ed.)... I want us to be fair, and if it was the use of our air defence, then I want that evidence. First, the investigation, access, and data that you have."
Details: The president said he had received reports from the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Air Force and "cannot but trust them".
Zelenskyy also believes that Ukraine should have been allowed to access the crash site. "Can we not give the final conclusions? Do we have the right to be on the investigation team? Of course".
According to Zelenskyy, Ukraine is serving as a "human shield" for the whole of Eastern Europe, but he did not hear this from the West.
He also said that during the night, he spoke to the leaders of other states confidentially.
So far, according to the president, Ukraine has not received an invitation to join the investigation of the circumstances of the missile's fall in Poland.