NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg gave condolences to Polish President Andrzej Duda . NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO is keeping an eye on the situation .
Brussels, Belgium, November 16: After the explosion in the country's east, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg gave condolences to Polish President Andrzej Duda, adding that the alliance is keeping an eye on the situation.According to reports, two Russian missiles landed within Polish territory near the Ukrainian border.Top NATO and US officials have confirmed that they are looking at reports that Russian missiles are flying across the NATO member's territory.The explosion in #Poland has angered President Duda @prezydentpl.In a press conference, Pentagon Press Secretary Pat Ryder said that it was critical that all facts be established.I think it is up to us to find out the facts before speculating or jumping to conclusions, according to US State Department principal deputy spokesperson Vedant Patel.When asked whether the suspected missile strikes were intentional or accidental, Patel said on Tuesday that it would be of interest to discuss this subject with the allies.After hearing of missiles falling on Poland's territory, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki arranged a meeting of the Security Council Committee of the Council of Ministers. According to the Russian government, the Russian ministry has engaged deliberate provocation to escalate the situation.The area between the Ukrainian and Polish border has not been hit by Russian firepower.Poland is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) military alliance.Under Article 5 of the treaty, an arm assault on one of the member states shall be treated as an attack on all members.Elaine Luria of the United States has urged caution amid calls to invoke the NATO collective defense pact. Russia is losing the war, and Luria wrote that calm is vital unless it was a deliberate assault.