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Russian missile fell 15 km from Polish border - Tusk

Russian missile fell 15 km from Polish border - Tusk Photo: Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk (Getty Images)

One of the missiles used in today's attack by Russia fell on Ukrainian territory just 15 km from the border with Poland, according to Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on X.

Tusk wrote that dozens of bombs and missiles fell in Lviv region overnight. According to the Prime Minister, one of the Russian missiles fell 15 km from the Polish border.

Additionally, Tusk criticized his predecessor, former Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

"At this time, Morawiecki is crafting a joint anti-European strategy with pro-Putin far-right politicians in Budapest. Foolishness? Betrayal? Both?", he wrote.

Presumably, Tusk was referring to the conference of nationalist-conservative groups taking place in Budapest. Morawiecki and the head of the Polish President's Office, Marcin Mastalerz, were present at the event.

New night attack by Russia

Tonight, Russia attacked Ukraine, launching 34 missiles of various types (including aeroballistic Kinzhals). Ukrainian air defense shot down 21 enemy missiles.

During this time, Poland scrambled its aviation twice due to the Russian attack.

Russian occupiers attacked energy facilities in Dnipropetrovsk and Ivano-Frankivsk regions. Fires broke out there. It is known that two energy facilities in two districts of Lviv region were also damaged.

More details about the aftermath of the night attack can be found in the material by RBC-Ukraine.