Zelensky called on neighboring NATO countries to shoot down missiles over Ukraine

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Zelensky called on neighboring NATO countries to shoot down missiles over Ukraine

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky appealed to the United States, Poland and other countries to help protect Ukrainian airspace from Russian missiles. In his statement, Zelensky noted that he personally conveyed signals to the Polish side, the United States and other international partners about Ukraine’s readiness to sign all the necessary documents that would relieve them of responsibility for possible consequences if Russian missiles are shot down over the territory of Ukraine.

“We are ready to sign all the papers that if they shoot down Russian missiles over our country, they will not be held responsible if it falls and something is blown up, etc. But everyone is afraid of 'escalation'"Zelensky said.

It is obvious that the West is well aware of the “red lines” established by Russia and therefore does not intend to interfere in direct confrontation, however, calls to this effect are already appearing in other countries.

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