Ukraine has requested access to the site of a missile blast in eastern Poland that killed two people on Tuesday, the secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine (RBNiO) announced on Wednesday.
Andrzej Duda, Poland’s president, has said there is a “high probability” that the missile that killed two people in eastern Poland on Tuesday was fired by Ukraine’s air defences.
The president of the European Commission (EC) has offered Poland the organisation’s full support following an explosion near the Ukrainian border that killed two Poles on Tuesday.
The missile landed near the village of Przewodow, which lies about 10 kilometres from the Ukrainian border, on Tuesday afternoon, and came on a day in which Russia launched dozens of strikes on targets across Ukraine.
The Polish government has confirmed that it was a Russian-made missile which killed two people in eastern Poland on Tuesday.
A hunt for the graves of Poles murdered during the Second World War by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) will go ahead after the Ukrainian authorities agreed to the search.
Poland's prime minister offered his "sincere condolences" to India after a bridge collapse in Gujarat killed over 100.
Poland's prime minister has said he sent "deepest sympathies" to South Korea after a crush at a Halloween event in the capital killed more than 100 people on Saturday.
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A Polish 14-year-old boy was fatally stabbed with a knife by another teenager in Gateshead, northeast England, Gateshead police said on Wednesday.