Zelensky spoke about the Russian missiles that hit Poland: “It is a significant escalation”

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“Terror is not limited to the borders of our state and it will be a matter of time before Russia's terror goes further,” said the Ukrainian President

Zelensky Talked About Russian Missiles Hitting Poland: “It Is A Significant Escalation”

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky on Tuesday condemned the attack in which two Russian missiles hit the Polish town of Przewodou in the province from Lublin, near the Ukrainian border. According to what was reported by the local media outlet Radio ZET, two people died.

“Terror is not limited to the borders of our state and it will be a matter of time before Russian terror goes further,” Zelensky said.

He added that the attack on Russian territory NATO is “a very important escalation” and said that “we must act”.

For his part, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Dmytro Kuleba, asked that a NATO summit is held with the participation of Ukraine to elaborate further joint actions against Russia.

“Ukraine reaffirms its full solidarity with Poland and is ready to provide all necessary support. The collective response to Russian actions must be tough and principled. Among the immediate actions: a NATO summit with the participation of Ukraine to elaborate more joint actions which will force Russia to change its course in the escalation, providing Ukraine with modern aircraft such as F-15 and F-16, as well as air defense systems, so that we can intercept any Russian missiles”, Kuleba wrote on his Twitter account.

Zelensky Talked About Russian Missiles Hitting Poland: “It Is A Significant Escalation”

Place where Russian missiles hit Ukraine (Credits: Twitter @JOStrumillo)

On the other hand, the Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, convened a urgency to the National Security Commission of Poland.

Polish Government Spokesman Piotr Müller announced to the press this afternoon in Warsaw the meeting of the Committee of the Council of Ministers for Defense and National Security Affairs and urged the media not to publish “unconfirmed information”.

Any information presented to the Commission today will be released to the public later to the extent possible”, he added, adding that the decision to call the meeting was taken together with the Polish President, Andrzej Duda.

The meeting is attended, in addition to Morawiecki, by the Minister of the Interior, Mariusz Kaminksi, Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau, Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro, the commander of the operational sectors of the armed forces and the head of the Polish police.

The Polish radio station ZET reported this afternoon that two Russian missiles hit a barn in Przewodów, killing two civilians.

Police and police The army is already present at the scene, according to the media, which added that the firefighters have confirmed that there have been explosions in that town.

Russia attacked this Tuesday dozens of targets across Ukraine, many of them related to energy infrastructure, according to kyiv, causing co power supply interruptions in much of the country.

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