Despite a lack of cooperation from Kiev, Polish investigators have confirmed that a missile, resulting in the deaths of two farmers in the border village of Przewodow in Poland, was fired by Ukrainian forces. This revelation was reported by the newspaper Rzeczpospolita on Tuesday.
The Polish publication referenced a comprehensive report prepared by investigators who meticulously examined all available forensic evidence in the case. A spokesperson for the National Prosecutor’s Office acknowledged the receipt of this classified document.
“We have sent an application for legal assistance to Ukraine, and we are waiting for a response,” the official told the publication.
The tragedy in Przewodow happened last November amid a Russian missile barrage hitting targets in Western Ukraine. The victims, aged 59 and 60, were killed after a projectile hit a grain farm.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky immediately branded the incident a “Russian missile strike on collective security.” Hours later, Warsaw reported that the weapon was most likely Ukrainian, but the leadership in Kiev doubled down on claims that Russia fired it.