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Poland hit by russian-made missile: Warsaw calls russian ambassador to respond 11/16/2022 12:42:51. Total views 161. Views today — 4.

Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau has summoned the russian ambassador in Warsaw to the MFA in light of the incident in the Polish village of Przewodów. This is reported by DW.

Warsaw claims that a russian-made rocket fell on the territory of the settlement, and demands immediate detailed explanations from the russian diplomat.

The official statement of the Polish MFA states that on November 15, 2022, "there was another many-hours massive shelling of the entire territory of Ukraine and its critical infrastructure facilities, which was carried out by the armed forces of the Russian Federation".

"At 15:40, a Russian-made rocket fell in the village of Przewodów, Hrubieszów County, Lublin Voivodeship, killing two citizens of the Republic of Poland. In connection with this event, Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau summoned the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the MFA and demanded immediate detailed explanations", - the statement says.

The FREEDOM Telegram channel notes that Polish journalist Mateusz Lachowski, after talking with a military expert, informed that the rocket fragments at the explosion site probably belonged to the russian Kh-101 missile.

As reported, russian missiles fell on the territory of Poland, there are dead.