Joe Biden could visit Poland during a trip to Europe he may make to mark the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the CNN and NBC News channels reported on Thursday, citing US government sources.
Polish President Andrzej Duda enjoys the greatest trust by Ukrainian citizens among all foreign leaders, according to a survey commissioned by the Centre for New Europe (CNE), a Kiev-based think tank.
Posting on Telegram on Thursday, the Ukrainian president wrote: "On the way home, I had a meeting with a friend of Ukraine – President of Poland Andrzej Duda.”
US President Joe Biden said evidence did not support Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's claim that a stray missile that exploded in Poland, killing two people, did not come from Ukraine.
Information obtained by the US indicates that the explosion caused by a Russian-made missile in south-eastern Poland on Tuesday, which killed two people, was an accident, the US ambassador has said.
US President Joe Biden has offered his "full support and assistance with Poland’s ongoing investigation" into an apparent missile explosion near the Ukrainian border on Tuesday.
The Polish government has confirmed that it was a Russian-made missile which killed two people in eastern Poland on Tuesday.
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The Polish and US presidents, Andrzej Duda and Joe Biden, respectively, are holding a telephone conversation after reports alleging a Russian missile hit Polish territory.
The US Department of State has announced that it has been cooperating with Poland to determine what has happened in connection with reports alleging that two Russian missiles struck a location inside Poland near the Ukraine border.