European Union: “Alarming news” after the missiles fell in Poland
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European Union: “Alarming news” after the missiles fell in Poland

After the fall of the missile in Poland, the leader’s summit was announced in Bali during the G20, as proposed by the President of the Council, Michel. Von der Leyen: “Alarming news.

The news arriving from Poland is “alarming” for the European Commission. The president of the EU Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen, spoke in the evening after the explosion that killed two people in Poland, on the border with Ukraine, caused by the fall of two Russian missiles. The details of the story are still to be ascertained – and tension is obviously skyrocketing, since it is a NATO country – but while rumors are chasing each other about the possibility of activating article 4 of the North Atlantic treaty or even article 5, the Union obviously sides with Poland. EU member state and above all affected by missiles.

The president of the European Council, Charles Michel, instead tweeted: “Shocked by the news of a missile or other munitions having killed people on Polish territory. My condolences to the families”.