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NATO analyzes explosion in Poland and asks that the facts be “established”

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NATO analyzes explosion in Poland and asks that the facts be "established"

Brussels.- The general secretary of the NATO, Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday that the Atlantic Alliance is “monitoring” the explosion in Poland, and stressed the importance of “establishing all the facts”, given local media reports that point to a possible Russian attack.

As he said on his Twitter account, stoltenberg He spoke with Polish President Andrzej Duda “about the explosion in Poland” and offered his condolences for “the loss of life.”

“NATO is monitoring the situation and the allies are consulting closely. It is important that all the facts are established”, added the Secretary General of the Alliance.

The Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, convened the National Security Commission this afternoon after Polish media published the news of a missile impact in the town of Przewodów, near the border with Ukraine, which caused two deaths.

The Polish government spokesman urged the media not to spread “unconfirmed news” and noted that the available information would be made public after the meeting “to the extent possible.”

Meanwhile, Russia assured that it has not carried out attacks against targets near Przewodów and described as “deliberate provocation” the statements by the Polish media and officials about the alleged fall of Russian missiles on the border between Ukraine and Poland.

“No attacks on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border were carried out by Russian means of destruction,” the Defense Ministry said in a brief statement.

For its part, the Pentagon was cautious and reported at a press conference that it is evaluating the information appearing in the media.

“I do not have any corroborating data that there has been a missile bombardment,” said US Defense Department spokesman Pat Ryder.

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