Missile attack in Poland: Biden in emergency meeting with world leaders

US President Joe Biden called an emergency meeting with the leaders of the G-7 alliance in Bali, Indonesia, regarding the missile attack on Poland, a member state of NATO. 

The attack in Poland has caused increase of tension across Europe and the world as well. CNN told the news in a report on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, two people were killed when a missile hit a Polish village on the border with Ukraine. 

Leaders suspected Russia for the shocking attack on Poland. Polish President Andrzej Andrzej Duda said it was a Russian-made missile. He told reporters that there is still no concrete evidence of who threw the missile. Right now we don't have any conclusive evidence... It was probably a Russian-made missile, it's under extensive investigation.

In this situation, US President Joe Biden is sitting in an unscheduled emergency meeting with the G-7 leaders in Bali. The meeting was attended by German Chancellor Wolf Scholz, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, Italian and UK Prime Ministers, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel.

They held a brief meeting on Wednesday morning local time. Biden and other world leaders are in Bali, Indonesia, focusing on the G-20 summit. 

Joe Biden spoke with Polish President Andrzej Dudar and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to learn about the circumstances of the attack.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky condemned Russia's missile attack on Poland. In a regular speech at night, he said, 'Terrorists are not limited to our borders.'

However, rejecting the immediate statement, the Russian Defense Ministry denied that Russia did not attack any target near the Ukrainian-Polish border.

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