Poland’s president said Wednesday that it appears a missile that landed just inside the country’s border was from Ukraine in what he called an “unfortunate accident.”
“We have no evidence at the moment that it was a rocket launched by Russian forces,” President Andrzej Duda said. “However, there are many indications that it was a missile that was used by Ukraine’s anti-missile defense.”
Two Polish citizens were killed Tuesday when the missile came crashing down in a rural village in eastern Poland, just a few miles from the western border of Ukraine. This happened amid a Russian barrage of missiles fired at cities across Ukraine, with Ukraine responding with its air defense systems.
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