Belarus wants to accuse Ukraine of provocation over missile landing on it's territory
Ukraine denies the fact that it was a Ukrainian missile that allegedly fell on the territory of Belarus.
This is said in a statement by the head of the Belarusian anti-aircraft missile troops Kirill Kazantsev, published by the Belarusian Ministry of Defense.
The Belarusian Defense Ministry is considering two versions that the missile fell in Brest voblast yesterday. According to one of the versions of the Belarusian regime, it could be "a deliberate provocation of Ukraine
As noted earlier, an anti-aircraft missile that came from the Ukrainian side was hit by anti-aircraft defence equipment in the Ivanovo district. Questions remain behind this incident, and we are considering two versions: an unintentional launch of an anti-aircraft guided missile due to poor training of the crew or a faulty missile, or this is a deliberate provocation by the Ukrainian armed forces.
It is worth recalling that on 29 December, during a massive Russian missile attack on peaceful Ukrainian towns, Belarus said that a missile allegedly fired from Ukraine had landed on its territory.
Ukraine denied Minsk's claims that it was a Ukrainian missile that allegedly fell on the territory of Belarus and recalled that Russia had repeatedly launched its missiles along the Belarusian border.