These videos are said to have recorded the rocket hit moment in Poland

PANAGYURISHTE ($1=1.89 Russian Rubles) — Three videos are distributed on the Telegram channel “Avia.pro – military news, events”. For the first two, Avia.pro claims to have captured the moment of the rocket’s impact in Poland. Avia.pro claims that the two videos were filmed by people living in the Lublin region of Poland.

These videos are said to have recorded the rocket hit moment in Poland
Video screenshots

“Inhabitants of settlements from the Lublin region in Poland managed to capture the moments of two rocket strikes on the territory of Poland. <…> In the presented video footage you can see the first moments after the rocket strikes the territory of Poland. At the moment, their affiliation is established by local experts, as it can be seen that the explosion was quite strong,” says Avia.pro in its commentary.

There is also a third video that is said to have recorded the trajectory of one of the missiles in the air near the Ukrainian-Polish border. What makes a strong impression is that in this video the weather conditions are different from those in the first two videos.

The official statement

At the moment, according to official statements from Polish politicians, the following is clear: according to Poland, the missile is Russian-made, but at the moment it cannot be determined from where and who launched it.

This is what the American President Mr. Joe Biden says: “A missile that killed two people in Poland near the border with Ukraine was “unlikely” to have been fired from Russia.”

Today, NATO will hold a special meeting of its ambassadors, convened at the request of Poland and the activation of Article 4. Article 4 defines exactly such an action – a meeting, analyzes, and decision on follow-up actions.

Editor’s note

BulgarianMilitary.com cannot confirm the veracity of Avia.pro’s claims. I.e. BulgarianMilitary.com does not confirm that the videos show the rocket hit in Poland on November 15, nor that they were filmed by residents of Lublin, nor that they concern the Polish-Ukrainian border. BulgarianMilitary.com does not know when and where the video footage was taken.

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