The missile that killed two people in Poland is Ukrainian, it was by mistake

Poland says missile that killed two people was fired by mistake from Ukraine and will not invoke the NATO treaty

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The missile that killed two people on Polish territory on Tuesday was fired by mistake by the Ukrainian army and not by Russia, as that country.

NATO and Polish President Andrzej Duda clarified the question and Warsaw's president assured the media that "it is likely" that the missile that hit its territory, killing two, "out launched by Ukraine". Moreover, "nothing indicates" that it was an "intentional attack on Poland",

NATO also does not believe that Russia has attacked Poland and believes that the missile that landed there and killed two people came from Ukrainian air defense, according to Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

"We have no indication that this was the result of an attack. deliberate and we have no indication that Russia is preparing an action military offensive against NATO," Stoltenberg told a conference on press at the end of an emergency meeting of the Council of the Union.

NATO's preliminary analysis agrees that "most likely that the accident was caused by the Ukrainian air defense missile launched to defend Ukrainian territory from missile attacks Russian cruiser."

For his part, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki confirmed that his country will not invoke NATO article providing for consultations between allies where"the territorial integrity, political independence or security of either Party".

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated that "Russian missiles impacted" in the Polish town of Przewodów, near the border with Ukraine, killing two farmers yesterday.

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