After the fall of Russian missiles in Poland, NATO reacts

After the fall of Russian missiles in Poland, NATO reacts

The most powerful military alliance in the world, NATO has reacted after the Russian attacks in Poland.

Two Russian missiles have fallen during the day in the Polish state, causing two victims.

This has caused the alliance itself to react, saying that it is coordinating closely with Poland.

Asked about tonight’s developments in Poland, a NATO official told the BBC that “We are looking into these reports and are coordinating closely with our ally Poland.”

We recall that NATO officials had stated that they would respond harshly in the event of an attack by one of its member countries, which is the Polish state.

Article 5 states that “if a NATO ally is the victim of an armed attack, any other member of the alliance shall regard this act of violence as an armed attack against all members and shall take such action as it deems necessary.” to help the attacked ally”.

However, despite the reference to Article 5, a consensus seems to be emerging among foreign experts that NATO will currently refer to Article 4.

According to official NATO documents, Article 4 means that “the parties shall consult together” about whether their “territorial integrity, political independence or security” is threatened.

Russia has so far denied the attack while Polish state officials have launched an emergency meeting.