WARSAW, 19 Nov. (DPA/EP) -
One of the two fatalities from the projectile that hit Polish territory last Tuesday has been buried this Saturday after a state funeral.
An honor company of the Second Reconnaissance Regiment based in Hrubieszow has participated in the funeral held in the small town of Przewodow, reports the Polish news agency PAP, which reports numerous wreaths with ribbons in the colors of the flags. Polish and Ukrainian.
The protagonist of this Saturday's funeral is a 62-year-old rural administrator. The other victim, 60, will be buried on Sunday also with State honors and also in private acts at the express request of the families.
The victims were in an agricultural facility when the explosion occurred, which set off all the alarms, since Poland could appeal to NATO's mutual defense clause in case it had been a Russian attack.
The preliminary investigations rule out that it is a projectile fired by Russia and, instead, point to a missile fired by the Ukrainian air defense systems, which that day activated the alert for the largest wave of bombing since the beginning of the offensive. .
Warsaw has ruled out questioning NATO for this case, which it frames within an escalation of tensions for which it blames Moscow exclusively, while kyiv, which has avoided assuming the missile as its own, has demanded more international support to deal with the constant attacks.