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Ukraine: Our bot may have crashed in Poland

On Tuesday, two people were killed after a robot crashed into the Polish village of Przewodów, six kilometers from the Ukrainian border.

It was first speculated that the bot was launched by Russia, which heightened tensions in Europe. The Russian-made robot was confirmed early in Poland, but on Wednesday information came from several sources that the robot was launched by the Ukrainian military, as a defense against incoming Russian bots.

However, Ukraine has it He made sharp statements that the bot was not Ukrainian. The country’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, said earlier this week that he had “no doubt” that the bots were Russian, but later said he couldn’t be “100 percent” sure that the bots were not Ukrainian.

Now comes another statement from the Ukrainian side, indicating an easing of the problem.

Ukrainian police near the site of the robot strike.

Photo: Wojtek Radwanski/AFP

Even the Washington Post A spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, Yuriy Ignat, said that at least 50 robots were in the air near the Polish border at the time, of which at least 20 were launched by Russia and 30 were launched by Ukraine – making it impossible to rule out that Android that crashed in Ukrainian Poland.

Russia and Ukraine released so many bots during the Russian attack on Ukrainian infrastructure on Tuesday that the bots that struck Poland may have been of Russian or Ukrainian origin, Yury Ignat told The Washington Post.

– Anything could have been the result of that fierce fighting, he continues.

Ukrainian experts Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that now Polish and American investigators have joined the investigation into the causes of the explosion.

However, Yuriy Ignat believes that it does not matter whether the bot is Ukrainian or Russian because he believes that Russia bears responsibility for its attack on Ukraine.

– Of course, it is necessary to investigate the matter with Polish partners and put an end to this story, because discussing a robot, which, unfortunately, kills people, is a great tragedy. But he says everyone forgot to launch 100 bots into Ukraine.

Read more:

This happened: the robot strike in Poland

NATO: A robotic strike is not a deliberate attack

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