Russia's missile fell in NATO country Poland, 2 killed. Russian missile fell in NATO'S Poland- Watch Video

Publish Date: 16 Nov, 2022 |

Missiles fired by Russia on Ukraine fell in Poland. In which two people lost their lives. However, now this matter is gaining momentum. The Polish government has summoned the Russian ambassador on this whole incident. Poland is claiming that Russian-made missiles landed in their country, killing two civilians. Polish Foreign Ministry spokesman Lukasz Jasina demanded an immediate detailed explanation of the incident. The Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that on 15 November 2022, the entire territory of Ukraine was subjected to heavy shelling by the Russian army for one more hour. The ministry said in a statement that at 3:40 p.m. a Russian-made missile killed two citizens of the Republic of Poland.

At the same time, Foreign Affairs Minister Professor Jabinyu Rau has summoned the Ambassador of Russia and has demanded an immediate and detailed explanation on the incident. According to Polish media, on November 15, two missiles fell in the Lublin province bordering Ukraine. However, the Russian Defense Ministry dismissed the reports, saying that its military had not carried out any strikes targeting the Ukraine-Poland border region. President Joe Biden spoke to the President of PolandAt the same time, Polish President Andrzej Duda and US President Joe Biden discussed the explosion in eastern Poland. President Joe Biden tweeted that I spoke to Polish President Andrzej Duda and expressed my deepest condolences for the loss of life and property in eastern Poland and offered Poland my full support for the investigation of the explosion.

Apart from this, UK PM Rishi Sunak also reacted to the attack. He said that I have just spoken to the Foreign Secretary and the Defense Secretary. We are following reports of the missile attack in Poland and will support our allies. We are also coordinating with our international partners, including NATO. US President calls meeting of G7 and NATO leadersUS President Joe Biden has called an emergency meeting of G7 and NATO leaders in Indonesia, reports AP news agency. NATO member country Poland claims that some of the missiles fired by Russia on Ukraine fell on its territory. In which two of their citizens have died.


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