MADRID, 16 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, has pointed out this Wednesday indications that the missiles that have hit Poland and have claimed the lives of two people could have been launched from Ukraine, as reported by the DPA agency.
"There are indications that the rocket that hit a village in eastern Poland was an anti-aircraft missile from Ukraine," Trump told his counterparts during an emergency meeting of G7 and NATO leaders.
Hours earlier, Biden has indicated that it was "unlikely" that the missiles that have reached the Polish town of Przewodow have been fired from Russia due to their trajectory.
"There is preliminary information that refutes it. I don't want to say that until we fully investigate. But it is unlikely, taking into account the trajectory, that it was fired from Russia. But we'll see. We'll see," the US president said in statements to the press after the meeting with world leaders.
However, the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, has stated that the Polish authorities do not have conclusive evidence as to who is behind the missile launch, although he has specified that the projectiles were Russian-made.