Pentagon spokesman Gen. Patrick Ryder said on Tuesday that we could not confirm information about Russian missiles on Polish territory. However, he insisted that he took the statements seriously and that the US would defend every inch of NATO territory. On Tuesday, an explosion occurred in Przewodow, in the Lublin region on the border with Ukraine; Two people died.
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“We currently have no information to confirm these reports,” Ryder said during a press conference, commenting on Information & Others. AP reports that two Russian missiles have landed on Polish territory. AP reported this information citing a senior US intelligence official.
“US will defend every inch of NATO territory”
Ryder, however, insisted that he was taking the statements seriously and recalled that the US had clearly declared that it would defend every inch of NATO territory. However, he declined to speculate on a possible US response.
The police, fire brigade and services are working at the scene of the tragedy in Hrubieszów district. The explosion occurred in the grain drying area of approx. 15.40. Two people have been confirmed dead.
Because of the message A special meeting and council of the government was convened at the Bureau of National Security.
TVP information, PAP
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