US President Joe Biden called the launch of a missile from Russia that killed two people in eastern Poland “unlikely.” According to preliminary data, which the American politician got acquainted with, the trajectory of the projectile’s flight contradicts the information about its launch from the Russian Federation.
“According to preliminary data, this is refuted. I don’t want to talk about this until the investigation is complete, but it’s unlikely, in terms of trajectory, that this missile was launched from Russia. We’ll see,” Mr. Biden told reporters following an emergency meeting of G20 leaders in Bali (quote from The Guardian).
Approximately 10 minutes after the publication of this statement, the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, who earlier today announced his candidacy for the presidential election in 2024, spoke out with the opposite point of view on this matter. “Just today, a missile was sent, probably by Russia, into Poland, 50 miles deep into Polish territory,” Trump said.
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