Zelenskyy Said He Was ‘Absolutely Sure’ Russians Launched Missile at Poland, Said President Duda
Nov. 22, 2022 (EIRNS)—Russian pranksters Vovan and Lexus succeeded in speaking with Polish President Andrzej Duda on Nov. 15, the day that Ukraine’s missile struck Przewodów, Poland. Duda thought he was talking with France’s President Emmanuel Macron. Both speaking in English, Duda said that Poland would be seeking security consultations with its NATO partners (under Article 4). “Macron” said that Biden is not blaming Russia, but Zelenskyy is. Duda: “Yes, Volodymyr [Zelenskyy] blames Russia. He said that they are absolutely sure that it was a Russian missile, launched by Russians, and he said that there is no possibility that the missile was launched by Ukraine. He said that to me.”
When “Macron” offered that we don’t need confrontation between Russia and NATO, Duda responded: “Trust me, I’m very careful. I’m not accusing the Russians. Emmanuel, this is war. I think both sides will be blaming each other in this war.” This was by way of saying that he wasn’t going to rely upon Zelenskyy’s “absolute” statement. Duda added: “Emmanuel, you think I need a war with Russia? No, I don’t want that. I don’t want a war with Russia. And I’m extremely careful. Trust me, I’m extremely careful.”
One hopes that his carefulness regarding World War III extends a bit further than his carefulness as to whom he is speaking.