French Politician warns of Zelensky attempts to provoke World War
After Kiev is blamed for Poland's missile, a French politician calls on his country to stop lethal supplies to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The head of the party Debout la France (France Arise) and a former French presidential candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan advises Paris to halt its supplies for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky following his effort to ignite a third World war.
"Zelensky, sending a missile to Poland and blaming the Russians for this, almost provoked World War III! Stop supporting this dangerous man. It is necessary to urgently find a plan to return to peace," Dupont-Aignan tweeted.
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❌ Paris should stop supporting Zelenskiy after his attempt to provoke a third world war, French MP and former presidential candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan stated. pic.twitter.com/WXpdRDSmaa
The peace plan is the only conceivable solution to the Ukrainian conflict and should include a ceasefire, the official stressed. Two persons were killed when two rockets fell on Polish territory near the Ukrainian border last Tuesday.
Warsaw initially stated that the missiles were Russian-made, but it was later said by many that they were most likely fired by Ukrainian air defense forces.
The Russian defense ministry stated that no strikes were carried out near the Ukrainian-Polish border, and the wreckage in photographs shared on the Internet did not resemble Russian weapons.
The initial investigation indicated, according to the Associated Press, citing US sources, that the missile that impacted Poland was launched by Ukrainian forces in response to an inbound Russian missile.