Biden states that the missile that hit Poland was “unlikely fired from Russia.”
Biden was speaking after an emergency meeting by global leaders gathered for the G20 meeting in Bali. Preliminary information suggests it was unlikely that the explosion in eastern Poland near the border with Ukraine was caused by a missile fired from Russia, US President Joe Biden said.
US Vice-President Joe Biden says it is too early to say whether the missile that exploded in Poland was fired from Russia. He stressed that the US and NATO countries would fully investigate before acting on the incident, which killed at least three people. The explosion happened in rural Poland, near the Ukrainian border.
A Russian-made missile hit the village of Przewodow in the Hrubieszów poviat in the Lubelskie Voivodship, killing two. Poland does not know who fired the missile but noted that it was “most likely produced in Russia”.
NATO and G7 leaders condemn “barbaric missile attacks” on Ukraine. Preliminary assessments suggest missile was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian missile amid a crushing salvo against Ukraine’s electrical infrastructure.
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