The missile that exploded over Poland was probably fired by Ukraine against Russian troops

American President Joe Biden stated that, given the trajectory, it was unlikely that the missile would be fired from Russia, the incident was being investigated.

Poland’s foreign ministry said on Tuesday that a Russian-made rocket landed in the village of Przewodw near the border with Ukraine, killing two people. The incident occurred seven kilometers from the border with Ukraine. The website reported that the explosion occurred in a wheat field carrying tractors near the village of Przewodw in the Lublin Voivodeship.

The explosion killed two people, according to the PAP news agency, Pijotr Müller said, adding that he was investigating the circumstances of the incident.

According to unofficial information, two men aged around 50 and 60 died. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has expressed the view that this is a significant escalation of the conflict.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called on Poles to remain calm and not allow themselves to be manipulated. We must rely on facts, he said. In connection with the incident, Poland summoned the Russian ambassador.

Moscow u dve sv was involved in the rzn ash incident. The missile that hit Poland on Tuesday was an attempt by the West to move towards the other side of the world, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said amidst, quoted by Reuters news agency. The head of the Russian mission to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, expressed the same view, in his opinion, it was an attempt to provoke a conflict between Russia and NATO.

This is an attempt to provoke a military stalemate between NATO and Russia with many consequences for the world, Polyansky wrote on the Telegram social network.

The G7 offers help on the go

The leader of the group of G7 countries and the North Atlantic Alliance, which is at the top of Indonesia’s main G20 economies, offered to help Poland with a rocket blast at the country’s entrance. said Ursula von der Leyenov, head of the European Commission. According to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, his country is a member of NATO, but Russia has not had a third boom as far as lodging is concerned, according to the Reuters news agency.

Turkish President Erdogan told a press conference in Bali that Russia had not caused the attack at Poland’s entrance. According to him, Moscow intelligence and American President Joe Biden, in his opinion, it is unlikely that Poland was hit by a missile from Russia, indicating that Russia had nothing to do with it. Erdogan said he wanted to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin about the situation and headed to Ankara.

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