Poland Army Preparing For War
In NATO member Poland, it was announced that an unknown missile fell on the village of Przewodow on the border with Ukraine, killing 2 people. While development is on the world agenda, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said, “It has been decided to increase the combat readiness of the military units.”
After the Russian attacks on the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv and Lviv, a missile fell on the village on the territory of Poland and 2 people died in the attack.
THE BOARD OF MINISTERS MEETS URGENTLY
Making a statement after the event, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki reminded that his country is a NATO member, and that the option to activate NATO’s Article 4 is on the agenda. Morawiecki made a statement to the press after the Council of Ministers convened urgently due to the missile strike in the village of Przewodow on the Ukrainian border of his country.
Emphasizing that Poland is a member of NATO, the strongest alliance in world history, Morawiecki said that there is the option of activating Article 4, which allows a NATO member to seek consultation with allies whenever he or she considers its territorial integrity, independence or independence. Security is threatened, it’s on the table.
THE AMBASSADOR WILL BE CALLED TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN
Morawiecki stated that the selected elements of the armed forces have decided to increase their combat preparations, especially in the airspace surveillance area. Morawiecki urged caution and restraint against manipulation, noting that “the preparedness of the police, firefighters and border guards has increased”. Morawiecki reported that the Russian ambassador will be summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry.
Stating that the investigations of security forces and international experts are continuing, Morawiecki noted that they are in contact with NATO allies and Ukraine.