Poland’s president said the missile explosion that killed two people appeared to be an “unfortunate accident” rather than a “deliberate attack”.
Andrzej Duda tweeted that officials “have no evidence at this time that it was a Russian missile launch.”
“There are many indications that it was an anti-aircraft missile that unfortunately landed on Polish territory,” he added.
Wednesday morning, the President of the United States joe biden Cast doubt on earlier claims that the missile hit a grain silo in Przewodow and was launched by Moscow.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said Poland was still analyzing the possibility of activating NATO’s Article IV procedure, but it did not appear necessary to use the measure.