Poland has border camera footage of the missile explosion in Przewodov, but they do not show with full certainty where the missile was fired from. Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki told journalists about this at a meeting with Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin, writes PAP.
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The journalist asked Morawiecki about the results of the investigation at the site of the rocket explosion, which killed two Polish citizens, and about the ownership of the rocket.
“We don’t know yet. Let experts and investigators work on this. We invited experts from the Ukrainian side, as well as international, NATO, and American experts, to investigate,” the prime minister replied.
According to him, the investigation has “the recordings of the cameras of the border guards, but they do not show with absolute certainty where the rocket was fired from.”
“We want our Ukrainian friends and partners to be sure that the result of the investigation is beyond doubt. Therefore, we invited them to the investigation,” he said.
- On November 15, 2022, the Russian Federation launched a massive rocket attack: it fired about 100 missiles into Ukraine (73 of them shot down air defense).
- In Poland, near the border with Ukraine, two people were killed in a rocket explosion. Polish authorities consider the event an accident. According to preliminary estimates, it was not a Russian cruise missile that landed there, but a Ukrainian air defense missile.
See also: In any case, Russia is responsible for the fall of a rocket in Poland – the White House
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