Polish President Andrzej Duda made a statement regarding the rocket attack on the village of Przewodov.

Polish President Andrzej Duda said there was no clear evidence of who fired the rocket in the incident that killed two people in the village of Przewodov on the country’s border with Ukraine.

Polish President Andrzej Duda said he had a series of telephone conversations overnight with US President Joe Biden, NATO Secretary General Jens Stontelberg, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Stressing that Biden had promised support for the research, Duda said: “We know very well that Russia’s missile attack on Ukraine lasted almost an entire day, but at the moment we do not have clear evidence of who fired this missile. The investigation is ongoing. Investigators will clarify this issue. Most likely, it was a Russian-made missile, but it is still being investigated.” gave his assessment.

Duda stated that they were “seriously” calm and careful, and said, “I want everyone to be calm. Polish soldiers on the field. We have the support of allies. All allied commitments against us are strictly maintained. We are working.” used phrases.

Rocket hit the border between Poland and Ukraine

Yesterday it became known that an unknown rocket fell on the village of Przewodov on the border between Poland and Ukraine, killing 2 people.

After that, the National Security Committee of Poland urgently met and it was decided to “increase the combat readiness of military units.”

Many Allies have made statements that developments are troubling and have said that all aspects of the incident should be studied and many details should be clarified.

Duda said that the National Security Council decided to meet today at 12:00.

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