Kiev: “It was not our missile that hit Poland”
- Kiev: “It was not our missile that hit Poland”
- Meeting of NATO ambassadors in Brussels
- Poland: “In contact with NATO, let’s evaluate Article 4”
- NATO: “We are monitoring the situation, it is important to ascertain the facts”
- Michel: “I will ask for a meeting with EU leaders at the G20”
- Poland adjourns Security Council to Wednesday
- Urgent call Duda-Biden
- Von der Leyen: “Alarmed by Polish news”
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Ukraine denies the ‘conspiracy theory‘ according to which it was one of his missiles that hit Poland.
Meeting of NATO ambassadors in Brussels
Meeting tomorrow morning in Brussels of NATO Atlantic Council, at the level of ambassadors of allied countries. Here we will take stock of the situation. The reports on the incident will be examined and Poland will show the data in its possession and make known any requests it may have.
Poland: “In contact with NATO, let’s evaluate Article 4”
“The Polish president Andrzej Duda he has just finished speaking with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Let’s verify the premises of article 4 of NATO. We are in contact with our allies and expect talks with the American side.” The Polish presidency made it known on Twitter. Article 4 of NATO provides that “the parties will consult each other whenever, in the opinion of one of them, the territorial integrity, political independence or security of one of the parties is threatened”.
NATO: “We are monitoring the situation, it is important to ascertain the facts”
“I spoke to President Duda about the explosion in Poland. I expressed my condolences on the loss of life. NATO is monitoring the situation and allies are consulting closely. It is important that all the facts are established.” The secretary general of NATO writes it Jens Stoltenberg on Twitter.
Michel: “I will ask for a meeting with EU leaders at the G20”
“I spoke to Morawiecki. I assured him of the full unity and solidarity of the EU support from Poland. I will propose a coordination meeting on Wednesday with EU leaders attending the G20 here in Bali.” The president of the EU Council announced it on Twitter Charles Michel.
Poland adjourns Security Council to Wednesday
The Polish president Duda convened another National Security Council tomorrow at 12. The Polish presidency announced it on Twitter.
Urgent call Duda-Biden
Phone call ‘urgent‘ ongoing between the Polish president Andrzej Duda and US President Joe Biden: the Polish presidency reports on Twitter
Von der Leyen: “Alarmed by Polish news”
“Alarmed by reports of an explosion in Poland following a massive Russian missile attack on Ukrainian cities. I extend my condolences and my strongest message of support and solidarity to Poland and our Ukrainian friends.” The president of the EU Commission writes it on Twitter Ursula von der Leyen.