Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, referring to the explosion of the missile in Przewodów, said that if necessary, Polish investigators will go to Ukraine. We want to cooperate, also with the Ukrainian side. We want to clarify all potential inaccuracies – said the PM.
The Prime Minister was asked about the investigation into the incident in Przewodów, as a result of which two Poles were killed, at a conference in Krakow. – As soon as it is necessary, Polish investigators will go to the Ukrainian side – said Mateusz Morawiecki. As he assured, the government wants to bring about the explanation of this event as soon as possible.
“We also receive support from our American allies. Today I met with an American delegation, which also presented me with a certain sequence of events, which most likely took place at that time – Morawiecki informed. The head of the government pointed out that it is necessary to leave room for action to investigators, experts, and specialists. “We have such specialists, excellent specialists, but we have also not only allowed, but invited our allies, American specialists, and others to verify this event,” he explained.
– We want to cooperate as closely as possible, also with the Ukrainian side, because let’s not forget – they are fighting there today for peace, for security. For peace in Europe, and therefore also in Poland. There they die on their barricades, in their trenches, also for our peace and for our security – said the Prime Minister. As he emphasized, “every detail must be explained very thoroughly.”
“We want to find out what happened and address any inaccuracies that may concern this very tragic event,” Morawiecki added.
Explosion in Przewodowo – Russian missile fell on Poland
Russian forces carried out a large-scale missile attack on Ukraine on Tuesday afternoon, mainly aimed at energy facilities. On that day, in the village of Przewodów (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Hrubieszów district) located near the border with Ukraine, a missile fell, an explosion occurred, as a result of which two Poles were killed. Most likely, it was a missile of the Ukrainian Missile Defense, which missed the target – a Russian missile aimed at Ukraine.
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