NATO ambassadors to gather for emergency meeting over incident in Poland

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NATO ambassadors to gather for emergency meeting over incident in Poland
NATO ambassadors to gather for emergency meeting over incident in Poland
16 November, 09:42In the world
On November 16, Brussels will host an emergency meeting of the ambassadors of the countries of the North Atlantic Alliance due to an incident in eastern Poland near the city of Lublin, where two rockets fell.

According to Reuters, citing two sources from among European diplomats, the meeting will take place at the request of Warsaw on the basis of Article 4. NATO consultation treaty. According to the interlocutors of the agency, the sources will act cautiously. It will take the Alliance time to figure out exactly how the missile incident happened.

On the night of November 16, the Polish authorities gathered for an urgent meeting. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki only indicated that it was convened because of the "crisis situation."

On November 15, it became known about the fall of two rockets in the Polish village of Przewoduv near Lublin, near the Ukrainian border. The media reported two deaths. Experts recognized the S-300 wreckage in the photo. Some analysts recalled that Russia does not use the SM-300, they are in service with Ukraine. The Russian Ministry of Defense called the statements of the Polish media about allegedly Russian missiles a provocation in order to escalate the situation.

American leader Joe Biden, following a meeting with world leaders in Bali, said that preliminary data refute that missiles were fired towards Poland from Russia.

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