Poland confirms that a Russian missile violated its airspace, but did not fall on its territory – El Sol de México

Krakow.- Polish Defense Minister Władysław Kosiniak-Kamyszconfirmed this Friday that the aerial object that was detected this Friday in the airspace of Poland “it was, from all indications, a Russian missile.”

The minister declared at a press conference in Warsaw that the projectile “was tracked by Polish defense systems until it left Polish airspace” and emphasized that there is confirmation of the course followed by the missile “by allied radars.”

Shortly after the incident became known, there was speculation that the projectile could have fallen in Polish territory, so a search operation for the remains was launched, involving 200 police officers equipped with drones in Hrubieszów (east), near the Polish-Ukrainian border.

The President of Poland, Andrzej Dudacalled a meeting of the National Security Assembly which was attended by the Minister of Defense, the Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces, General Wieslaw Kukula, the Commander of the Operational Command of the Armed Forces, General Maciej Klisz, and the Polish ambassador to NATO, Tomasz Szatkowski

Furthermore, according to the head of the Polish presidential chancellery, Marcin Mastalerek, Duda had an online conversation with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the end of that meeting.

Ukraine today suffered the most “massive” wave of missile and drone attacks since the beginning of the invasion, as indicated by the Air Force of that country, which has counted more than 160 projectiles, a large part of which were shot down.

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In April of this year, the remains of a Russian-made air-to-ground rocket were found in a forest near the city of Bydgoszcz, in northern Poland, and in November of last year a missile hit Przewodów, six kilometers from the city. Polish-Ukrainian border and killed two Polish farmers.

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