Poland Says Missile That Killed 2 Was Likely Fired by Ukraine Against Russian Attack
Poland Says Missile That Killed 2 Was Likely , Fired by Ukraine Against Russian Attack.
CNN reports that on Nov.
15, Russia hit Ukraine with its biggest missile attack in over a month, targeting power infrastructure and leaving millions in the dark.
A missile was later reported to have hit the Polish village of Przewodow, killing two people.
After some investigation into whether Russia attacked a NATO country.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said the incident was likely "an accident" caused by Ukrainian forces trying to defend themselves from Russia's onslaught.
While the missile was confirmed to be Russian-made, both sides of the conflict have utilized such weapons.
There is no indication that this was an intentional attack on Poland.
Most likely, it was a Russian-made S-300 rocket, Polish President Andrzej Duda, via Twitter.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg issued similar statements.
Our preliminary analysis suggests that the incident was likely caused by the Ukrainian air defense missile fired to defend Ukrainian territory against Russian cruise missile attacks, Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General, via statement.
But let me be clear, this is not Ukraine’s fault.
Russia bears ultimate responsibility, as it continues its illegal war against Ukraine, Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General, via statement