Things are getting rather hot in Eastern Europe. As cited by news agencies from Britain to Australia to the United States, at least two Russian missiles have hit Poland. So far, reports are of two dead.
For now, the US government is claiming they have no official confirmation of a Russian strike on our Polish NATO ally.
Of course, media reports are varying from nothing more than farmland being hit, to a “Polish site” being taken out. What kind of site… a military site, a government site, a communications site?
More news to follow.
In the meantime, reported by the New York Post;
The missiles struck Polish territory along its western border with Ukraine, the official with knowledge of the situation told the Associated Press. The strike happened near the village of Przewodów, some 45 miles north of the Ukrainian city of Lviv.
Piotr Mueller, a spokesman for the Polish government, did not immediately confirm the information, but said on Twitter that leaders in Warsaw were in a meeting over a “crisis situation.”
Polish radio station ZET reported that two stray missiles had hit the region, killing two people. The reports did not attribute the strikes to Russia or provide any further details.