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Poland-Causing Missile Was Fired By Ukraine At Approaching Russian Missile

According to sources cited by the news agency Reuters, Ukrainian forces fired a missile in response to an approaching Russian missile, which resulted in the deaths of two people in Poland and raised concerns about the potential for the situation in Ukraine to worsen.
Here are the top 10 developments in this significant tale.
1. According to the Polish foreign ministry, the rocket crashed at Przewodow, a village in eastern Poland about 6 km from the Ukrainian border. The strike reportedly affected a plant for drying grains.
2. The Polish foreign ministry immediately after the attack claimed the missile was made in Russia and summoned Moscow’s ambassador to Warsaw for “immediate detailed explanations.”
3. However, the Russian defence ministry denied any involvement in the missile strike and charged Polish officials and the media with “deliberate provocation to escalate the situation.”
4. At the G20 conference, which is presently taking place in Bali, Indonesia, the explosion forced an emergency meeting. Major NATO nations and Japan participated in the summit that was hosted by US president Joe Biden.
5. Following the discussion, Biden stated that although the US and its NATO allies are looking into the explosion that claimed two lives in Poland, preliminary data indicates that It’s possible that it wasn’t caused by a Russian missile.
6. Andrzej Duda, the president of Poland, agreed that it was unclear who fired the missile but added that it was “most likely Russian-made.” He stated, “We do not at this time have clear evidence of who fired the missile.
7. Warsaw had already activated its military on high alert following a national security council emergency meeting. According to spokesman Piotr Muller, “a decision has been made to increase the level of readiness of some combat units and other uniformed services.”
8. Two Russian missiles struck Poland, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in what he called “a very major escalation.”
9. The explosion had sparked worldwide condemnation, with French President Macron asking for talks at the G20 conference and European Union president Charles Michel expressing his dismay.
10. The hypothesis that a surface-to-air missile fired by Kyiv’s soldiers may have been responsible for the Poland explosion was earlier dismissed as a “conspiracy theory” by Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba.

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