Poland has said on Wednesday that there is no evidence and no possibility that the missiles that fell within the country’s borders were an attack on Poland.
Poland further said that the missile that fell in the country was probably fired by Ukraine to prevent an airstrike by Russia.
Polish President Onze Duda said that Ukraine’s defense forces have been firing missiles in different directions, and it is highly likely that one of the missiles accidentally landed in Polish territory.
“There is no evidence, nothing to suggest that this was an attack on Poland.”
It should be noted that two people were killed when a Russian-made missile fell in the eastern region of Poland on Tuesday.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stollenberg appeared to agree with the Polish president at the alliance’s meeting in Brussels.
Jens Stollenberg told reporters that the investigation into the incident is ongoing and we must wait for its results. But we have no evidence that this was a premeditated attack.
The results of the initial investigation came after US President Joe Biden said it was “unlikely” that the missile was fired by Russia.
But President Biden said we’re going to make sure it’s known what actually happened.
On Tuesday, the missile fell near Poland’s border with Ukraine.
According to the US authorities, according to the initial investigation, this missile was fired in response to an attack by the Ukrainian forces towards Russia.
Earlier, the Ministry of Defense of Russia had denied that the Russian missiles fell within the borders of Poland.
Russian government spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he was not aware of the explosion in Poland.
China has said after the missile incident in Poland that all sides should ‘remain peaceful’.
On the other hand, the United Nations has also emphasized to refrain from escalating the war against Ukraine.
The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, has said that he is concerned about the explosion of missiles on the border of Poland.
He said that “at this time, it is necessary to avoid actions that accelerate the war in Ukraine.”