Biden disagrees with Zelensky on stray missile origin

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US President Joe Biden said evidence did not support Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's claim that a stray missile that exploded in Poland, killing two people, did not come from Ukraine.

"That's not the evidence," Biden told reporters at the White House after he returned from a G20 summit in Asia.

Zelensky said on Wednesday he had no doubts that the missile that exploded in Poland on Tuesday was not Ukrainian.

"It wasn't our rocket or our rocket strike," the Interfax-Ukraine agency reported him as saying on Wednesday.

The explosion killed two Polish citizens at a grain-drying facility in the village of Przewodow near Poland's border with Ukraine.