Biden offers to help Poland investigate the missile crash

After US reports said Russian missiles landed near the Ukrainian border in Poland, the White House has announced that President Joe Biden has offered his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda the full support of the United States in his investigation into an explosion that killed two people near the border with Ukraine.

After the two leaders spoke, the White House added, “President Biden has offered the full support and assistance of the United States in Poland’s investigation.”

Sonak offers to help in the investigation

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has also followed the same method as Biden, offering support and assistance to Poland in the investigation into the fall of missiles on its soil.

For his part, the NATO secretary general intends to hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday for delegates from coalition countries to discuss the missile incident in Poland, a spokeswoman reported on Tuesday.

NATO emergency meeting

NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said: “Tomorrow, the Secretary General will chair an emergency meeting of delegates from NATO member states to discuss this tragic incident.”

In addition, a Polish government spokesman announced on Tuesday that Warsaw had raised the alert level of part of its military units, amid unconfirmed reports of fallen Russian missiles. in Poland.

Raise the alert level

“The decision has been made to raise the alert level of some combat units and other agencies,” spokesman Piotr Mueller said. in a press conference following an emergency meeting of the National Security Council in Warsaw.

THE media Poles reported that an explosion occurred in a grain depot in the town of Privodov, near the Ukrainian border, killing two.

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