Blast in Poland Causes by Ukrainian Air Defence, Biden Tells G7 and NATO

U.S. President Joe Biden told G7 and NATO partners that the blast in eastern Poland by a Russian-made missile was caused by a Ukrainian air defence, Reuters reported by citing a NATO source.

Earlier today, the president also said that early information suggests the blast that killed two in Poland on Tuesday may not have been caused by a missile fired from Russia, based on trajectory, while many were pointing fingers at Russia for the attack, which the Kremlin denied.

According to the report, the blast in Poland killed two people.