Trapped by a phone hoax, the Polish president says he does not want war with Russia – RT in French

Trapped on the phone after the fall of a missile on its soil by the Russian duo Volvan and Lexus, who posed as Emmanuel Macron, the Polish president remained in control of himself, ensuring to be “very careful” to avoid a war.

On November 15, the day a missile exploded in a Polish village near the border with Ukraine, killing two, the famous duo of Russian imitators Volvan and Lexus reached Polish President Andrzej Duda by telephone, asking impersonating French head of state Emmanuel Macron.

Believe me, I’m very careful. I don’t blame the Russians. Emmanuel, this is war. I think both sides will blame each other in this war.

If in the hours which followed the missile launch Andrzej Duda had declared that it was about a munition “of Russian manufacture” – without however accusing Moscow – the recording of the conversation, diffused this November 22 by the Russian duo but apparently recorded the very evening of the shooting, shows the great caution of the Polish president. “Believe me, I’m very careful. I don’t blame the Russians. Emmanuel, this is war. I think that the two parties will accuse each other in this war”, can we thus hear him say.

The Polish head of state insists, explaining to his French counterpart that an escalation between NATO and Russia is in the interest neither of Poland nor of the entire military alliance led by the United States. United. “Emmanuel, do you think I need a war with Russia? No, I do not want it. I don’t want war with Russia. And I’m extremely careful. Trust me, I am extremely careful,” concludes the Polish leader.

While many Western media and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky were quick to blame the incident on Russia, Warsaw finally considered it “highly probable” that it was a Ukrainian anti-aircraft projectile, citing “an unfortunate accident”, a hypothesis accredited by NATO and the White House.

“Whatever the conclusion of the investigation, we already know the party that bears the ultimate responsibility for this tragic incident: Russia”, had nevertheless declared on November 17 from Bangkok the American Secretary of State Anthony Blinken before a summit of leaders of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec).

The Office of the Polish President admitted this November 22 on Twitter that he was tricked by the Russian impersonator duo, saying they hung up after realizing it might have been a ‘hoax attempt’ during the call due to the ‘unusual way’ in which the person was leading the conversation.

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