According to President Andrzej Duda, the rocket hit in Poland's border area with Ukraine was not a targeted attack on the NATO country. There is also no evidence that the missile was fired by Russia, but there is a high probability that it was a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile, Duda said in Warsaw on Wednesday.
"Nothing, absolutely nothing, indicates that it was a deliberate attack on Poland," stressed Duda. "What happened, namely that a missile fell on our territory, was not a premeditated act. It was not a targeted missile aimed at Poland." According to current knowledge, the anti-aircraft missile is a Russian-made S-300 made in the 1970s.
According to the Polish government, a "Russian-made missile" hit the eastern Polish village of Przewodow six kilometers from the border on Tuesday. According to the fire department, two people were killed on a farm. In its war of aggression against Ukraine, Russia fired numerous rockets at the country on Tuesday.