A missile hit a Polish village near the border with Ukraine on Tuesday, said senior officials in two NATO member states.
Polish authorities said multiple explosions hit a village on the country’s southeastern border with Ukraine.
The Polish government called an emergency security meeting soon after the explosions. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki didn’t specify the reason for the emergency conference.
It wasn’t immediately clear if the missile was Russian. Western officials have been concerned that the war in Ukraine could spill over into a larger conflict, possibly involving a North Atlantic Treaty Organization member state.
The incident came on the same day that Russia launched at least 85 missiles across Ukraine, striking infrastructure and civilian buildings. Coming days after Russia withdrew from the Ukrainian city of Kherson, the wave of strikes was one of the largest targeting civilian infrastructure since the start of the war in February.
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