If need be, investigators looking into a missile strike that killed two in eastern Poland on Tuesday will travel to Ukraine, the prime minister said on Friday.
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The participation of Ukrainian investigators in a probe into a missile strike in eastern Poland on Tuesday has to be set out in international law, Poland's president said on Thursday.
The US secretary of state has said he has full confidence in the Polish investigation into a missile explosion in eastern Poland that left two people dead.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, said on Thursday that he did not fully know what had happened in Poland and added he did not believe the world knew either.
The US has not seen anything that contradicts Poland's preliminary assessment that a Russian-made missile which landed within its borders on Tuesday was most likely the result of a Ukrainian air defence missile, said the United States Secretary of Defence.
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.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has said he has no doubts that the missile that exploded in Poland on Tuesday was not Ukrainian.
The Ukrainian Air Force said it would support the investigation into Tuesday's missile explosion in Poland "as much as possible".
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.