Russian missile fell in Poland, killing 2 civilians; Biden called an emergency meeting

Two people were killed when a Russian missile hit North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member Poland, according to a senior US intelligence official. Polish government spokesman Piotr Müller did not immediately confirm this, but said top leaders were holding an emergency meeting to discuss the “crisis situation”.

Polish media reported that two people were killed when a missile hit a village near the border with Ukraine. The missile fell in an area where grain was being dried.

After this attack, US President Joe Biden has called an emergency meeting of G-7 and NATO leaders in Indonesia on Wednesday morning. Let us tell you that Biden is in Bali, Indonesia these days to attend the G-20 summit. After being informed of this attack, he along with his staff stayed awake all night. In the early hours of Wednesday, he spoke to Polish President Andrzej Duda and expressed his deepest condolences.

The United States and its NATO allies are investigating the explosion in Poland. Meanwhile, the US President has also said that initial information suggests that it could not be caused by a missile fired from Russia.

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