These are the reactions of NATO members to reports of missiles in Poland
Defense Minister of LatviaArtis Pabriks tweeted: “My condolences to our Polish brothers”.
Estonia He described reports of missiles falling into Poland as “extremely worrying”.
The Estonian Foreign Ministry commented on Twitter: “The latest news from Poland is very worrying. We are in close consultation with Poland and other allied countries.”
“Estonia is ready to defend every inch of NATO territory. We stand in full solidarity with our close ally Poland,” he added.
For its part, the US Department of Defense reiterated that America It will “defend every inch of NATO territory” while awaiting further information.
“When it comes to our defense commitments and Article V, we are clear that we will protect every inch of NATO,” Pentagon press secretary Air Force Brigadier General Pat Ryder said in a statement.
Meanwhile, the President LithuaniaGitanas Nauseda said on social media: “Disturbing news of at least two explosions from Poland tonight.”
“We are in close contact with our Polish friends. Lithuania stands in strong solidarity with Poland. Every inch of NATO must be protected!” He added that.
The United Kingdom A spokesman for Britain’s Foreign Office said it was in “close contact” with allies following reports that rockets or missiles had landed in Poland.
“We are investigating these reports and are in close contact with allies,” a spokesperson for the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office told CNN.
Republic of Che
Prime Minister of Republic of ChePetr Fiala announced on Tuesday that he “resolutely supports Poland, our ally of the European Union and NATO,” as Polish officials await confirmation of the fall of rockets or missiles in the country.
“If Poland confirms the missiles landed on its territory, it would be a new escalation by Russia. We strongly support our EU and NATO allies,” Fiala said in a tweet. “The Russian military’s massive missile attacks against Ukraine today clearly show that Russia wants to further terrorize its people and destroy the country,” Fiala added.
Polish officials have not confirmed that Russian missiles were landed on Polish territory.