Joe Biden expressed grief over the deaths in missile attacks while talking to Polish President Andrzej Duda on the phone. The US President called a meeting of the leaders of G7 countries and NATO countries. This missile attack on Poland took place at a time when the leaders of all the countries of the world have reached the G20 Summit in Indonesia.
A fierce war has been going on between Russia and Ukraine for the last 9 months. On Tuesday, Russia once again fired hundreds of missiles on several cities including Kyiv, Liv, Kharkiv, Poltava, and Odesa in Ukraine. During this, some missiles were also claimed to have fallen in NATO country Poland. The Polish government claims that two of its citizens were killed in Russian missile attacks. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden called an emergency meeting of NATO and G-7 countries. However, Russia has denied this attack.
On this development, NATO and G-7 countries issued a joint statement saying that they condemn this barbaric missile attack, which Russia has rained on the cities of Ukraine. “We discussed the explosion in eastern Poland near the Ukraine border,” the statement said. We offer full cooperation to the Polish investigation in this regard.
Joe Biden expressed grief over the deaths in missile attacks while talking to Polish President Andrzej Duda on the phone. During this, he also assured full help to Poland in the investigation. This attack by Russia on Ukraine and Poland took place at a time when the leaders of all the countries of the world have reached Indonesia to attend the G-20 summit. Here Russia and Ukraine war was the main topic of discussion.
These Countries Attended Biden’s Meeting
Biden said that right now we are trying to find out what happened there. Only after this, we will take the next step. After this attack, the US President called a meeting of the leaders of the G7 countries. Countries like Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK participated in this meeting. Also, the President of the European Union and the European Council and the leaders of NATO allies Spain and the Netherlands attended the meeting.
Poland’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that these missiles are made in Russia. While Poland’s Rashtra Duda said that the authorities do not yet know who fired it and from where. He said that it is most likely that they are made in Russia. But it is yet to be confirmed. This is the first time that a missile has fallen in a NATO country during the war between Ukraine and Russia. NATO’s principle is that an attack on any of its countries will be considered equal to an attack on all countries.
Russia Said – We Have No Information
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he had no information about the attack in Poland. He said that this is unfortunate. But we have no information about it.