Russian missiles reportedly killed two people in Poland
An explosion in Poland attributed to Russian missiles is worrying the international community, which fears an escalation of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
Russian missiles reportedly rocked the village of Przewodow in Poland, near the Russian border, killing two people. According to a US defense official, the missiles were launched by Russia, which was directly responsible for the explosion.
Allies of Ukraine and Poland were cautious about the news, fearing an escalation that could throw NATO forces into the conflict.
Moscow has denied bombing Poland and argues that “statements about possible missiles hitting NATO member Poland are a deliberate provocation aimed at escalating the conflict.” »
Poland has convened the NATO member states to an extraordinary meeting tomorrow morning, as required by article 4 of the military organization.
Let us also recall that the Article 5 of NATO stipulates that if a member state is the victim of an armed attack, the others will regard this act of violence as an armed attack directed against the whole of the members and will take the measures deemed necessary to come to the aid of the country attacked.