Biden considers Russia's missile attack on Poland doubtful

08:27 16 November Kyiv, Ukraine

US President Joe Biden called it "unlikely" that the rocket that fell in Poland was fired from Russia. On Wednesday, November 16, writes The Guardian.

Biden said that the incident needs to be investigated and stressed that it is first necessary to find out "what happened" and then decide on the "next step."

Asked if the missile was fired from Russia, Biden said: "There is preliminary information that denies this. I don't want to talk about it until we have a full investigation.".

But, according to the head of the White House, "according to the lines of the trajectory, it is unlikely that it was released from Russia."

In addition, he called "absolutely shameless" rocket attacks on Ukraine by Russia.

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation called the information about the missile in Poland a "provocation".