Indonesia, US President Joe Biden called an emergency meeting of G7 and NATO leaders in Indonesia on Wednesday morning. In which the NATO member country Poland will discuss the issue of the death of 2 people in the incident of a Russian-made missile.
It is said that after receiving the news of the missile explosion, US President Biden woke up his staff in the night and gave this news. Biden then met with Polish President Andrzej Duta to express his deepest condolences for the loss of life.
US President Biden has promised his full support to America. The US President has reaffirmed America’s strong commitment to the NATO alliance, pledging US support and assistance to Poland to investigate the matter.
The G7 leaders have agreed to an emergency meeting after the missile incident in Poland. “I express my deepest condolences for the loss of life in eastern Poland,” Joe Biden said. Under which he spoke to the President of Poland Andrzej Duda and has also said that Poland will give full support to the investigation of the explosion.
We will be in close touch for the next strategy as it progresses. Currently, the Polish President said that there is no solid evidence of where the rocket that fell in the eastern part of Poland came from.
American experts will also be involved in the investigation of this incident. On the other hand, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said in a statement that the fallen missile was made in Russia. While the President of Poland is more cautious in making a statement about this.
He said that the officials did not know for sure who launched the missile and where it was made. He said that perhaps the biggest suspicion was that one was a Russian-made missile, but that was still being confirmed.
If confirmed, this would be the first time since the Ukraine attack that a Russian weapon has been fired at a NATO country. SS1MS