The US-made Patriot air defence system that Germany has sent to Poland after a tragic missile blast has reached operational readiness, a newspaper has reported.
Nato foreign ministers who met in Bucharest on Tuesday expressed solidarity with Poland after two Polish civilians were killed by a stray missile in Przewodów, on Poland's southeastern border as Ukraine is fighting Russia's invasion.
Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of Poland's ruling Law and Justice party, has welcomed a German offer of Patriot missile batteries for Poland but added the batteries would find better use in western Ukraine.
The Polish President's Office is trying to find out how the president was phoned by someone pretending to be Emanuel Macron, the president of France.
Jens Stoltenberg, the Nato secretary general, has said the missile blast in Poland last week was likely an accident and not a Russian strike on Nato.
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Two Polish men killed by a missile that hit a southeastern Polish village were buried in a state ceremony over the weekend.
Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s foreign minister, tweeted on Friday that Ukrainian experts were already working at the site of Tuesday's missile blast near the village of Przewodow.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has refuted media reports that he and the government knew from the very beginning that a missile that exploded near a Polish village on Tuesday, killing two people, was Ukrainian.