Polish President Andrzej Duda said in an address on Wednesday night that Warsaw does not have exact information about who launched the rocket, which fell on Polish territory, and confirmed that it was made in Russia.
"The investigation will be allied. At the moment we have no proof of who fired the missile. It was a Russian-made missile, but the investigation is ongoing," Duda said.
He said he had conversations with several leaders, including Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenskyy. "Zelenskyy assured me that it was a missile fired from Russian Federation territory," the Polish president added.
Duda stressed that what happened was an isolated incident.
"There is no indication that further ones are taking place. Polish soldiers are in place. Allied support for us is there, and commitments are being fulfilled. We are working. Tomorrow is another important day, the National Security Council meeting. I ask everyone to remain calm," he concluded.
Author - Olena Madiak, 16/11/2022