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Global Network Comprehensive Report, According to a number of Polish media reports, on November 15 local time, a missile exploded in Poland and killed two people.

The incident quickly fermented and triggered multiple reactions. Both Russia and Ukraine denied that their own missiles fell into Poland, and at the same time there were voices of mutual accusation.

At the same time, Polish President Duda quickly had phone calls with US President Biden and Ukrainian President Zelensky. NATO also announced that an emergency meeting will be held on the incident.

Missile explosion in Poland

On November 15, according to several Polish media reports, a missile exploded in Poland and killed two people. Polish government spokesman Miller said that due to the current crisis situation, after consulting with President Duda, Prime Minister Morawiecki has ordered an urgent meeting of the Ministerial Committee for National Security and Defense Affairs. Said the government would comment after the meeting.

Polish government spokesman Miller confirmed after the meeting of the Council of Ministers for National Security and Defense Affairs that an explosion occurred in the Khrubieszow area on the border with Ukraine in eastern Poland and killed two civilians. The on-site investigation is currently underway. Affected by this, some military units have raised their combat readiness levels.

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Poland reacted strongly

A Russian-guided missile landed in Poland at 14:40 GMT local time on the 15th, killing two people in the village of Przewodow, a Polish foreign ministry spokesman said in a statement. . A spokesman for the Polish foreign ministry also said it had summoned the Russian ambassador to Poland and demanded an “immediate and detailed explanation”.

According to Agence France-Presse, Polish President Duda had a phone call with US President Biden on the 15th local time. “Conversation between US and Polish presidents is ongoing,” a Polish presidential adviser tweeted.

In the early hours of November 16, local time, the Secretary of State of the Polish Presidential Office and Director of the International Policy Bureau Kumoh said that Polish President Duda was holding telephone talks with German Chancellor Scholz.

After the explosion on the eastern border of Poland, Polish President Duda had phone calls with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, US President Joe Biden, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

According to the latest report from Agence France-Presse, Polish President Duda said that there is no “conclusive evidence” that the missile launched by which side exploded in Poland and killed two people. “We currently have no definitive evidence as to who fired the missile. The investigation is ongoing. It is likely that it was made by Russia,” Polish President Duda told reporters.

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