Two possibly Russian missiles slept on Poland – NATO territory

By | November 15, 2022


Two possibly Russian missiles slept on Poland - NATO territory

Two people were killed in Poland today after two Russian missiles fell on the country near its border with Ukraine. Poland’s Prime Mateusz Morawiecki called an emergency security council meeting to discuss the situation. He did not confirm the information, but said that more details will be released after the government meeting. Meanwhile, Russia’s Defense Ministry denied that missiles had hit Poland.

The blast site was a field near the Ukraine-Poland border, and initial reports indicate that two people were killed. A local radio station reported that the rockets had struck a grain drying field near the border. The strike damaged local infrastructure and killed two people.

The United States and NATO may invoke Article 5 of the Washington Treaty to respond. The treaty requires the member states to consult one another when national security or territorial integrity is threatened. Ultimately, the response will depend on whether Warsaw makes clear that the missiles landed in its territory. And in any case, the armed forces of the United States and NATO could respond in a variety of ways, depending on the situation.

The attack on Poland could have been unintended, but Poland plays a vital role in the delivery of NATO supplies to Ukraine. Poland has been warned not to take actions that might lead to a NATO attack. The incident may have also resulted in a direct hit on the town of Lviv in western Ukraine, which is only 50 miles away. The attack comes during a G20 summit in which Russia’s Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, is in attendance.

The United States National Security Council has been in touch with the Polish government to ensure the safety of all citizens. The incident has caused massive power outages throughout the country. A key power line leading to Moldova was also disconnected as a precaution. This is an ongoing war, and US officials say that it is likely that fighting will continue.

Nato has the principle of collective defense, which means that an attack on one member of the alliance is considered an attack on all its members. The Polish Prime Minister has called an emergency meeting to discuss national security, and Latvia’s deputy prime minister has said that the incident is “most alarming”. Both the US Pentagon and UK Foreign Office said that they were conducting an investigation.

Despite the Russian missiles’ apparent accident, it is unclear if NATO will take action. Nevertheless, the incident is raising fears of a wider conflict. Poland is a member of NATO, and an attack against one of its allies will be considered an attack on all members.

The attacks in Poland come after Russia launched a massive missile barrage into Ukraine. The strikes caused blackouts in the country. The Russian military also began targeting the country’s power grid. These strikes are a sign of the escalating tensions in Ukraine and Poland.

As a result of the escalating conflict in Ukraine, the Russians have stepped up their campaign against the Ukrainian people. The latest example is a large explosion in the city of Lublin, near the Ukrainian border. The explosion destroyed a field and injured two people. Police suspect two Russian missiles were involved. President Mateusz Morawiecki has called for the appointment of a National Security Committee to monitor the situation.

Russia is unwilling to stop the attack. On Feb. 24, the Russian military launched 160 missiles into Ukraine. The Ukrainian army was unable to repel these missiles. As a result, Russia changed its war doctrine and began attacking civilian infrastructure. Russia claims the attacks are just part of its Vergelgung strategy.

As a result, the Russian military has also stationed troops along the Ukrainian and Belarusian borders. The U.S. government is also concerned that the Russians are planning a military attack on Ukraine. In response, U.S. President Joe Biden expressed fears of an attack on Ukraine, citing Secret Service information. Russia denied these allegations and defended its military actions in these areas. Russia claimed they were necessary to prevent the Ukrainian invasion.

The Russian military also sent an EA-18G Growler Fighter aircraft to the Ukrainian region. This modified version of an f/a-18 jet is astalth aircraft used to confuse anti-aircraft systems. Nevertheless, this offensive was condemned by the United Nations General Assembly. In response, many countries imposed sanctions on Russia, while others helped Ukraine. On the diplomatic front, Russia censored its media. Russian media use the military term SWO to refer to Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has made clear his determination to regain Russian world dominance. He regards the EU and NATO as his enemies. As such, he has been able to gain leverage over these nations to protect his own interests.

Poland and the Russians have a complex history. Poland was repeatedly invaded by Russia over the centuries. In the 1940s, Russia forcibly dragged the Baltic states into the Soviet -Union. Serbia and Bulgaria, both with deeply pro-Russian sentiment, have long viewed Russia as their protector.

The German government is prepared for a substantial disruption of gas supplies. Germany’s economy minister has lowered the level of gas warning – although he has since said that security protection will be maintained. As a result of these attacks, the government is preparing for a gas shortage. Meanwhile, the Russian delegation has proposed the construction of Humanitare -gangways in nine regions of Ukraine.

The Russians are also targeting Ukraine. Ukrainian President Wolenski has already spoken about these attacks. UNO has reported human rights violations. As a result, the EU has imposed sanctions on Russia. These sanctions target the Russian economy. Not only the government, but Russian banks and the government of Ukraine have been blocked from EU markets. The EU has imposed sanctions on the Russian government and on 351 members of the Duma.

The LVIV -region in Ukraine has more than 700,000 inhabitants and 200,000 IDPs. The region is a critical weapons supply route for the Ukrainian military and the broader resistance effort. As a result, the Russians have not been successful in invading the country, and their attack has brought the situation closer to international confrontation.