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Hungary calls Zelensky’s Poland missile claims irresponsible

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Hungary Wednesday called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s insistence a missile which landed in Poland was fired by Russia irresponsible as Washington endorsed Poland’s conclusion the projectile likely originated from Kyiv’s air defences.

“In such a situation, world leaders speak responsibly,” Gergely Gulyas, chief of staff to Prime Minister Viktor Orban, told reporters.

“The Ukrainian president, by immediately accusing the Russians, was wrong, it’s a bad example,” he said, praising the cautious attitude of Poland and the United States.


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