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Joe Biden said the missile that landed in Poland during Russia’s war on Ukraine is unlikely to have been fired by Russian forces. Photograph: Doug Mills/AP

Missile landed on Poland investigated by NATO: Biden says.

Biden has said that NATO (The North Atlantic Treaty Organization) will be investigating whether or not a missile from Russia has landed and attacked Poland which is a fellow NATO member. If NATO forces conclude that Russia attacked Poland willfully: article five of the organization may be invoked by Poland which will mean an all-out war by the west and its NATO allies which includes the world’s largest military the Pentagon, and France the United Kingdom and EU members as Italy and Spain against Russian perpetrators if they attacked Poland.

Biden has added that it is unlikely that the missile was launched from Russian territory.


Leaders from including German chancellor Olof Scholz, U.S leader Joe Biden, UK prime minister Rishi Sunak, have been told by Polish President Andrzej Duda that NATO would be asked most likely by Poland to request for an organized meeting regarding NATO investigations into the missile and ‘a special consultative meeting’ on the matter.

“No strikes on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border were made by Russian rockets. The wreckage published by the Polish media from the scene in the village of Przewodów has nothing to do with Russian weapons,”

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