US President Joe Biden stated that preliminary information indicates the blast may not have been caused by a missile fired from Russia as the US and its Nato partners investigate the blast that claimed the lives of two individuals in Poland.
When asked if it was too soon to say the missile was fired from Russia, Biden responded, “I don’t want to say that until we properly study it but it is doubtful in the lines of the trajectory that it was fired from Russia but we’ll see.”
Following an emergency meeting on Wednesday following the blast in Poland, world leaders attending the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, were addressing to the media. After Poland alleged that a “Russian-made” missile killed two people there, Biden convened the urgent meeting of G7 and NATO leaders. According to Biden, Poland will make sure to determine precisely what occurred. He also stated that the US will back Poland’s probe into the incident near the Ukrainian border. He added that the leaders present at the emergency meeting made the decision to take the next course of action together in light of the investigation’s results.
In accordance with NATO Article 4, NATO ambassadors will convene today at Poland’s request. Any concern about the security of a member state may be raised by members in accordance with NATO Article 4.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine, described the explosion as a “major escalation” of the conflict after it occurred. He continued, “Beyond the boundaries of our states, terrorism exists. It has already reached Moldovan territory, and as of right now, Russian missiles are hitting Poland. People were killed when they struck a friendly nation’s land. Please accept the sympathies of all the brothers in Ukraine.”
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