Falling Of Russian Missile In Poland Created Stir, NATO Called Emergency Meeting Today

A big news is coming out amidst the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. A Russian missile has fallen in NATO member country Poland near the Ukraine border and two people have also died due to it. However, Russia has denied any such missile attack in Poland. 

But NATO has called an emergency meeting regarding this and has summoned the Russian envoy. It is being said that if the Russian missile incident proves to be true, then this war can now take a different turn. 

Because the attack on Poland means that Russia has started a war in the NATO area. Poland is a member of NATO and NATO members will not forgive this mistake of Russia.

Claiming that a Russian-made missile fell into the country, killing two civilians. The Polish government has summoned Russia’s ambassador. In a statement, Polish Foreign Ministry spokesman Lukasz Jasina called on Russia to “urgently provide detailed explanations” over the incident.

Russia fired heavily in Ukraine

“On 15 November 2022, an hour-long heavy shelling by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation was carried out on the entire territory of Ukraine and its vital infrastructure. At 3:40 pm, a Russian-made missile was dropped on a village in Poland adjacent to Ukraine, Polish media reported that two people were killed after a missile hit a village near the border with Ukraine. The missile fell in an area where grain was being dried.

US-UK express condolences on missile attack

However, the Russian Defense Ministry dismissed the reports, saying that its military had not carried out any strikes targeting the Ukrainian-Polish border region. Polish President Andrzej Duda spoke with both US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak after the explosion in the eastern part of the country near the border with Ukraine.

“Joe Biden, deeply saddened by the loss of life in eastern Poland. Polish President Duda described the ongoing assessment of the explosion in the eastern part of Poland.

US President Joe Biden and the UK Prime Minister expressed deep sorrow over the incident and reiterated the US and UK’s unwavering commitment to NATO. British PM Sunak said Britain would remain in close contact with Poland and coordinate with its NATO allies.

In addition to the US and Britain, NATO has said it is investigating reports that Russian missiles hit Poland.

NATO called an emergency meeting

At the same time, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said that the NATO alliance is “monitoring the situation” and an emergency meeting of NATO has been called. Several media reports said the NATO chief would chair an “emergency meeting” of the alliance’s 30 member states in Brussels on Wednesday.

Following the explosion near the Ukrainian border, Poland will raise some troops to combat readiness and is considering activating Article 4 of the NATO military alliance treaty, CNN cited officials as saying. According to Article 4 of the military alliance, NATO members “consult together whenever, in the opinion of any of them, there is a threat to the territorial integrity, political independence or security of either party.”

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