WARSAW – Approximately 70 percent of Poles do not believe that last week’s missile attack on a Polish border village will cause a deterioration in their country’s relations with Ukraine. This follows from a survey for the Polish radio station RMF FM, the results of which were reported by Sky News on Monday.
Last Tuesday, the rocket landed on an agricultural object near the village of Przewodów, which is located six kilometers from the Ukrainian border. A 60-year-old tractor driver and a 62-year-old warehouse worker died as a result of the explosion that occurred in the grain warehouse after the rocket hit. Another four people were injured, Sky News recalls.
According to both Warsaw and NATO, Przewodów was apparently hit by a Russian-made missile fired by Ukrainian air defenses. The West placed the ultimate blame on Russia for putting Ukraine in a position to defend itself against Russian missile strikes.
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Kyiv requested access to the site of the rocket’s impact
However, Kiev expressed doubts about such a version and asked for access to the impact site and also for participation in the investigation of the origin of the explosion that occurred when the missile hit it. Despite these different claims, approximately 70 percent of Poles do not believe that the incident will have an impact on their relations with Ukraine, according to a United Surveys survey for RMF FM.
Sky News recalls that Poland has accepted millions of Ukrainian refugees since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine.