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Global discussion on the missile attack in Poland
Poland said the attack was carried out by a Russian-made missile.
Biden said Russia is less likely to fire missiles

Indonesia: A big statement by US President Joe Biden has come to the fore regarding the missile attack on Poland. US President Joe Biden has said the possibility of Russia firing the missile that fell in Poland is lower, but he will cooperate with Poland’s investigation. Regarding the missile attack, Poland claims that a “Russian-made” missile fell in the east of the country. Due to which two people died. After that, Biden called an emergency meeting of the leaders of the G7 and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries in Indonesia.

Biden is in Indonesia
On the issue of Russia firing the missile, Biden told reporters that preliminary information refute it. Given the trajectory, it’s unlikely to be fired by Russia, but we’ll look into it. Meanwhile, three US officials said on condition of anonymity that according to the preliminary investigation, the missile that fell in Poland was launched by the Ukrainian military in response to the missile fired by Russia.

Biden spoke with the Polish president
Regarding the whole matter, US President Biden tweeted, “America will cooperate fully with the Poland investigation.” We reiterate America’s unwavering commitment to NATO.” Biden said he briefed his allies on his talks with Duda and the secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jens Stoltenberg, and supported Poland’s investigation into the attack. Everyone is unanimous on this. Biden said I will make sure everything that really happened is known. That’s only ‘After that we can decide on further strategy. Biden held the meeting in a ballroom at his hotel. It was attended by G7 leaders and the prime ministers of NATO allies Spain and the United States. The Netherlands The G7 includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Great Britain and the European Union.

Biden met separately with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak
US President Joe Biden also met with Rishi Sunak separately. US President Biden has said that as long as Russia’s aggression continues, we will continue to support Ukraine. In the presence of Sunak, Biden said that, fortunately, we have an opinion on this. Let us tell you that the Polish Foreign Ministry issued a statement late Tuesday evening saying that the missile was detected to be made in Russia. However, Polish President Andrzej Duda said authorities have yet to determine who fired the missile and from where. He said it was probably Russian-made, but that fact remains to be confirmed.

Biden said leaders condemned recent Russian missile attacks
Significantly, on Tuesday, Russia carried out airstrikes on energy and other facilities from east to west in Ukraine, causing a major electricity crisis. US President Biden said when world leaders gathered at the G-20 to call for de-escalation, Russia stepped up its attacks in Ukraine. There have been several missile attacks in western Ukraine. Let’s say Biden and his allies call for Russia’s isolation within the G-20 and in the group’s latest statement, most member countries are likely to condemn Russian aggression.

Russia refused
The Russian Defense Ministry has denied any involvement in the missile attack near the Ukraine-Poland border, saying in a statement that the damage allegedly seen in the photos had nothing to do with Russian weapons . Meanwhile, Stoltenberg called an emergency meeting of envoys from the coalition countries in Brussels to discuss the missile attack near the Polish-Ukrainian border. The UN Security Council is also expected to meet on Wednesday. Today’s Council meeting on the situation in Ukraine was already scheduled.

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