Police gather Tuesday in Przewodow, Poland, where a Russian missile strike left two people dead. Associated Press President Joe Biden said Wednesday it was “unlikely” that a missile that killed two in NATO-ally Poland was fired from Russia, but he pledged support for Poland’s investigation into what it had called a “Russian-made” missile. Poland put its military on high alert Tuesday after what the country's president said was "most probably" a strike by a Russian-made missile. Western leaders were scrambling to respond to the potentially major escalation of the war in Ukraine, with an "emergency roundtable" due to be held Wednesday on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
Two "Russian-made" missiles landed in Poland, in Przewodów, near the border with Ukraine, in an incident resulting in the death of two people. Russia denied that its missiles hit Poland.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — In earlier versions of a story published November 15, 2022, The Associated Press reported erroneously, based on information from a senior. Polish media outlet Radio ZET reported on Nov. 15 that two Russian cruise missiles fell in Poland’s Przewodow, Lublin district. According to the report, two people were killed. A senior U.S. intelligence official subsequently confirmed the report to AP, saying that Russian missiles did indeed cross into Polish territory, killing two civilians.
Poland is now considering invoking NATO's Article 4. Poland reported early on Wednesday that a Russian missile had struck the country's eastern region, killing two people.
A senior U.S. intelligence official said missiles crossed into NATO member Poland, where two people were killed. A second person told The Associated Press that apparent Russian missiles.