The video that shows the destruction of the Russian missiles that hit Poland

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The NATO military alliance is investigating reports of the attack, which may have been accidental but which Russia denies occurred

Bombing in Poland

Moscow attacked Ukrainian cities with missiles on Tuesday, plunging seven million homes into darkness, which overshadowed the jubilation over the Russian withdrawal from the city of Kherson. And the situation escalated further after reports that two Russian missiles accidentally landed in NATO member Poland.

Avideoshows the damage that was left after the two missiles fell on Tuesday in the Polish town of Przewodou in the province of Lublin, near the border with Ukraine. According to what was reported by the local media Radio ZET, two people died.

Poland borders with Ukraine, which was invaded by Russia on February 24 and has taken in thousands of Ukrainian refugees displaced by the fighting.

The PentagonHe could not yet corroborate the fact, but he is investigating the reports made by local media. The NATO military alliance was also investigating unconfirmed reports that Russian missiles may have reached Poland and was working closely with Warsaw, an official said.

“We are investigating these reports and coordinating closely with our ally Poland,” a NATO official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky accused Russia of firing the missiles and denounced it as a “significant escalation” of the war.

The video showing the destruction of the missiles Russians that hit Poland

Poland has borders with Ukraine, which was invaded by Russia on February 24 (Credits: Twitter @JOStrumillo)

For its part, Russia's Defense Ministry called claims that its missile attacks accidentally hit Poland a “deliberate provocation with the aim of escalating the situation” and denied the attacks: “ No attacks on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border were carried out with Russian weapons.”

“Statements by Polish media and officials about the alleged 'Russian' missile drop in the area of ​​the Przewodou settlement is a deliberate provocation to escalate the situation,” the ministry said in a statement released by Telegram.

“No attacks were carried out against targets near the state border between Ukraine and Poland by Russian means of destruction. The remains published by the Polish media from the scene in the town of Przewodou have nothing to do with Russian weapons,” he concluded.

(With information from AFP)< /i>

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