Ukraine’s president not '100 percent sure' what happened in Poland
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, said on Thursday that he did not fully know what had happened in Poland and added he did not believe the world knew either.
In an interview that concluded the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore, Zelensky said via a video link: "I don't know 100 percent and I think the world also doesn't 100 percent know what happened."
"We can't say specifically that this was the air defence of Ukraine," he said, but added that Ukrainian investigators were going to the site in Poland to join the probe into the blast.
On Tuesday, a Russian-made missile hit a grain-drying facility in the village of Przewodow near Poland's border with Ukraine, killing two people.
In the opinion of Bloomberg, the president of Ukraine seemed to soften his stance on the origin of the lethal blast.
Early on Thursday, US President Joe Biden was asked about Zelensky's previous denial that the blast was caused by a missile fired by Ukraine's air defences.
"That's not the evidence," Biden said, as he returned to the White House from the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.