'Escalation': Biden asked Zelensky's office to 'be careful' about Poland explosion – CNN
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According to journalists, the Biden administration is experiencing tension in connection with the incident. They understand that even an unintentional strike on NATO territory can have unpredictable consequences.
Advisors to US President Joe Biden called for calm and patience from Ukrainian officials who commented on the November 15 missile fall in Poland. In particular, we are talking about the Office of the President of Ukraine, as CNN writes, citing its sources.
About an hour after the incident was made known, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reportedly said in a nightly address that “Russian missiles hit Poland”, calling it a “very significant escalation” that needs a response.
< p> Biden adviser Jake Sullivan quickly called Zelensky's office and urged officials to be more careful about what and how they say about the incident. Biden and Zelensky did not speak Tuesday night, despite requests from the President of Ukraine to set up a phone call.
In addition, according to journalists, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken also spoke with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.
The publication writes that the United States and Poland quickly agreed on close cooperation in investigating the airstrike, and CIA Director Bill Burns met with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw on Wednesday evening.
Reporters report that US officials were stressed over what was initially believed to be Russia's intentional shelling of NATO member Poland. Contrary to their worst fears, preliminary intelligence suggested that Russia did not deliberately attack Poland. But for Biden and his advisers, this episode still represents a situation they have long feared. We are talking about an unintentional strike on NATO territory, the consequences and consequences of which remain unclear.
We also recall that Ukrainian experts arrived at the scene of the incident in Przevodov. The representative office of the President of Poland reports that head of state Andrzej Duda arrived at the scene of the incident along with the Ukrainians.