The verification is “weak”, – the Russian political scientist Pastukhov about the fall of missiles in Poland

Knowing the manner, actions and logic of hybrid warfare, I cannot deny that, theoretically, the explosion in Poland was a “weak” check disguised as an absolute coincidence. Like, he flew in, they didn’t want him. This opinion expressed “FACT” The Russian political scientist in exile Vladimir Pastukhov.

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According to him, this is a test of reaction, speed of decision-making. What can, what can’t. Basically, it wouldn’t be that stupid of them.

“But what will the consequences be, I think none”– says Volodymyr Pastukhov.

The political scientist also believes that fact and interpretation should be distinguished. Whatever the fact, the interpretations will begin now.

First of all, when a plane crash occurs, the investigative commission usually considers several versions: a malfunction of the plane, pilot error or an act of terrorism, a collision with an unknown flying object. The same is true now. For now, all countries are acting extremely cautiously. There is an interpretation – the Russians shot but missed.

The second version, shifting the blame to the Ukrainian side, as a Russian missile, but shot down by Ukraine. And the Russians are useless here, they say, the rocket lost control and fell. It is possible. Naturally, no one will claim that this was a deliberate shelling of Poland.

In this sense, there will be a third, at least known, incident that became known.

“We know that this is not the first time that a Russian aircraft, in particular a UAV, is on the territory of Europe. One of them, at the very beginning of the war, flew to Croatia when, by chance, a village in Croatia with a similar name was entered in his flight data instead of a village near Vinica. It’s good that there were no casualties: it wet a few cars and that’s it. We know that rockets fell on the territory of Moldova and there were no victims either.”Vladimir Pastukhov shares his opinion.

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As “FACTS” wrote, earlier the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that he has no doubt that the missile that fell in Poland was not Ukrainian.


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