There is no evidence that the missile was fired by Russia.
According to Polish President Andrzej Duda, the missile strike in Przewodow was not a targeted attack on the NATO country. The rocket that hit Polish territory on Tuesday was “most likely” from the Ukrainian air defenses.
“Absolutely nothing indicates that this was a deliberate attack on Poland,” Duda told journalists. According to current knowledge, it is a Russian-made S-300 anti-aircraft missile that was manufactured in the 1970s.
NATO could not confirm Russian missile
According to the fire brigade, two people were killed in a farm in the eastern Polish village when the rocket struck. Initial reports said it was a Russian missile strike. NATO could not confirm this.
It is likely that a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile accidentally hit Poland, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. But it is not Ukraine’s fault. According to Stoltenberg, Russia must end this “senseless war”.