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Poland will cross the red line: it will fire missiles into Ukraine's airspace

Poland will cross the red line: it will fire missiles into Ukraine's airspace

Ronski said in his statement to the Ukrinform news agency on Wednesday “The case is being investigated from both a legal and technical standpoint, but no decision has been made yet.”.

Poland was repeatedly forced to alert its fighter planes to protect its airspace when Russia carried out large-scale missile strikes in Ukraine. According to Warsaw, Russian missiles fired at targets in western Ukraine violated its airspace several times. According to Moscow, these are accidental violations of airspace.

According to Vronsky, the leadership in Kiev approached Poland with a request to destroy Russian missiles over Ukraine with the help of Polish air defense systems. As he said, talk about this began in March, after a Russian missile entered Polish airspace at an altitude of 365 meters and at a speed of 800 kilometers per hour for 39 seconds in the area of ​​the Ocerdo settlement.

The Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the Polish authorities are currently investigating the legal consequences of shooting down Russian missiles over Ukrainian territory.

However, Wronski ruled out the possibility of Poland deploying its own air defense systems in Ukraine.

There is no controversy about this in Poland. There is no possibility of a Polish air defense system outside the country's borders

– Confirm.

This was stated earlier by Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Segna Warsaw is considering destroying Russian missiles approaching the country's borders.

NATO is exploring various ideas, including the necessity of destroying such missiles if they get too close to NATO borders

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– Szejna said in the March program of Polish radio station RMF FM.

This should be done with the consent of the Ukrainian side and taking into account the international consequences

he added.

Jacek Siwira, head of the National Security Bureau (BBN), which operates under the Office of the Polish President, took the position that Russian missiles approaching NATO airspace should be destroyed as a preventive measure.

We've had a lot of problems with this so far. This can be attributed to formal regulations, decision-making processes and some cultural aspects of peacekeeping countries.

Siwiera said on a television program at the end of March.

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