Turkey’s Erdogan: Russia ‘is not a part of’ Poland blast; to resume ‘phone policy’ with Putin


Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan says Russia “has nothing to do” with missile landed in NATO member Poland that killed two. Speaking at a press conference on the sidelines of the G20 Bali Summit in Indonesia, Erdogan’s words echoed what US’s Biden said about the missile unlikely fired from Russia.

Ukraine’s Zelensky claimed “Russian missiles hit Poland”, which was denied by Russian military as “deliberate provocation aimed at escalation”, also agreed by its long-time ally Turkey.

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