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World leaders declare their full support for Poland

Leaders of NATO, European institutions and a multitude of countries around the world declared their full support for Poland and assured their backing for the investigation into the explosion that occurred near the Polish Ukrainian border, killing two Polish citizens.

World leaders that already published their declarations include the U.S., Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, NATO, the European Commission and the European Council, among others.

“We agreed to support Poland’s investigation into the explosion in Rural Poland near the Ukrainian border and I’m going to make sure we figure out exactly what happened,” President of the United States Joe Biden told a press conference in Bali. He also gave his sympathies to the two people that were killed in the explosion.

I’m discussing a meeting with world leaders on the loss of life in Eastern Poland and the United States’ commitment to support Poland’s investigation. https://t.co/duaAT0lEoZ

— President Biden (@POTUS) November 16, 2022

“NATO is monitoring the situation and Allies are closely consulting. Important that all facts are established,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg wrote on social media.

Spoke with President Duda @prezydentpl about the explosion in #Poland. I offered my condolences for the loss of life. #NATO is monitoring the situation and Allies are closely consulting. Important that all facts are established.

— Jens Stoltenberg (@jensstoltenberg) November 15, 2022

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy conveyed that he spoke with Polish President Andrzej Duda. “We exchanged available information and are clarifying all the facts. Ukraine, Poland, all of Europe and the world must be fully protected from terrorist Russia,” he wrote on Twitter.

Had a call with 🇵🇱 President @AndrzejDuda. Expressed condolences over the death of Polish citizens from Russian missile terror. We exchanged available information and are clarifying all the facts. 🇺🇦, 🇵🇱, all of Europe and the world must be fully protected from terrorist Russia.

— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) November 15, 2022

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, wrote on Twitter that she was concerned about the news of the outbreak in Poland after a massive Russian missile attack on Ukrainian cities.

She also offered condolences and words of support and solidarity with Polish and Ukrainian friends. “We are closely monitoring the situation,” she wrote.

Alarmed by reports of an explosion in Poland, following a massive Russian missile strike on Ukrainian cities.

I extend my condolences and my strongest message of support and solidarity with Poland and our Ukrainian friends.

— Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) November 15, 2022

“Shocked by the news of a missile or other ammunition having killed people on Polish territory. My condolences to the families. We stand with Poland,” President of the European Council Charles Michel wrote on social media.

Shocked by the news of a missile or other ammunition having killed people on Polish territory.
My condolences to the families.

We stand with Poland.

I am in contact with Polish authorities, members of the European Council and other [email protected] @MorawieckiM

— Charles Michel (@CharlesMichel) November 15, 2022

UK’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has offered Poland all the help needed to quickly establish what happened in Przewodów, Downing Street reported after a conversation between PM Sunak and President Andrzej Duda.

“I reiterated the UK’s solidarity with Poland and expressed condolences for the victims,” UK’s PM stated.

I have just spoken to Polish President @AndrzejDuda following reports of a missile strike in Poland.

I reiterated the UK’s solidarity with Poland and expressed condolences for the victims.

We will remain in close contact and continue to coordinate with our NATO allies.

— Rishi Sunak (@RishiSunak) November 15, 2022

“Poland can count on France’s support and our readiness to assist in ongoing investigations,” French President Emmanuel Macron wrote on Twitter.

I spoke with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to express our solidarity. Poland can count on France’s support and our readiness to assist in ongoing investigations.

— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) November 16, 2022

“During this difficult time, I’m sending my deepest condolences to the Polish people,” the Canadian Prime Minister stated on social media, adding that Canada is closely monitoring the situation.

I’m being briefed on the latest developments in Poland – we’re closely monitoring the situation, and we’re in contact with our partners and allies right now. During this difficult time, I’m sending my deepest condolences to the Polish people.

— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) November 16, 2022

Polish neighbouring countries also declared their support for Poland, stating their readiness to coordinate adequate actions with Poland. “We are ready to coordinate further steps with our Polish friends,” Czech Prime Minister Peter Fiala wrote on Twitter.

We are ready to coordinate further steps with our Polish friends. Tomorrow we will address the situation at the working level within @EU2022_CZ. (2/2)

— Petr Fiala (@P_Fiala) November 15, 2022

“I’ve contacted Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki to express our solidarity and full support. We will consult Poland and other allies about the situation,” Slovakian Prime Minister Eduard Heger said.

🇸🇰 is very concerned about recent news on explosions in Polish town #Przewodow. I’ve contacted Polish PM @MorawieckiM to express our #solidarity and full #support. We will consult #Poland and other allies about the situation.

— Eduard Heger (@eduardheger) November 15, 2022


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