Zelenskiy has 'no doubt' Ukrainian missile did not cause blast in Poland

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy sings the national anthem during his visit in Kherson

KYIV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was quoted by Interfax Ukraine news agency as saying on Wednesday he had no doubt that an explosion that killed two people in Poland was not caused by a Ukrainian missile.

"I have no doubt that it was not our missile," he was quoted as telling Ukrainian media.

He said he believed Tuesday's explosion was caused by a Russian missile, adding that he based his conclusions on reports from Ukraine's military which he "cannot but trust".

Zelenskiy was quoted as saying he believed Ukraine should already have been given access to the site pf the explosion.

"Do we have the right to be in the investigation team? Of course," he said.

(Reporting by Dan Peleschuk, Editing by Timothy Heritage)