Pentagon: USA does not change the balance of power in Poland after missile incident
WASHINGTON, November 18 – RIA Novosti. Sabrina Singh, Deputy Pentagon Spokesperson, said that the United States has no plans at this stage to change the deployment of its military forces after the missile incident in Poland.
“As you know, the Minister of Defense met with his Polish counterpart this week. He also made it clear yesterday, after the contact group meeting on aid to Ukraine, that we offer our support to Poland in carrying out this investigation. On integration, Singh said during the briefing, There has been no change,” he said.
Polish media reported that on the evening of November 15, two rockets fell on Polish territory – two people were killed. Initially, there were speculations about Russian missiles. But Polish President Andrzej Duda later said he had no proof that the crashed missile belonged to Russia and that it “most likely” belonged to Ukrainian air defense. NATO also voiced similar data. The Russian Ministry of Defense said that there were no attacks on targets close to the Ukrainian-Polish border that day. In a statement on the “missile incident”, the Russian Foreign Ministry expressed confidence that an impartial investigation and the disclosure of its results would reveal “provocation”.
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