Russia reacted to the fall of missiles in Poland: traditionally everyone denies

In the ministry, Shoigu began to lie that they allegedly did not deliver any strikes near the Ukrainian-Polish border.

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The Russian Defense Ministry denies that the missiles that fell on the territory of Poland belong to the RF Armed Forces.

Shoigu’s ministry was quoted by a number of Kremlin media as saying that the information about the missile fall in Moscow was called “a deliberate provocation in order to escalate the situation.”

Allegedly, “no strikes were made against targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border by Russian means of destruction”: “The wreckage has nothing to do with Russian weapons of destruction.

This afternoon, the authorities of the Lviv region, adjacent to the Polish border, announced a Russian missile attack . 

As a result of the strikes, 80% of Lviv was left without electricity . Also, the mayor of the city Andrey Sadovyi reported about the lack of heat. 

(C)UNIAN 2022

9 comments

    • Every country will be monitoring the Ukrainian airspace, they’ll know exactly where these missiles come from. The question is, will the West do anything about it?

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  1. “no strikes were made against targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border by Russian means of destruction”

    For a country well known for it’s boomerang missiles, the target might not have been in Poland, but one missile could be an error, two missiles is deliberate.

    Putler is losing this war badly, and I believe this missile strike is an attempt to get NATO fully involved. This would be an easier sell to the sheep, than telling them little Ukraine destroyed the russian military.

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  2. Maybe RuSSia was testing Nato. No reaction means they could target the Baltic States. Then again, their ground forces are such a bunch of losers, i doubt they could even capture Luxembourg…

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