Poland's president speaks on border village strike

STORY: Speaking on a visit to the site of the blast in the village of Przewodow, southeastern Poland, President Duda said "everyone is doing it by themselves," adding "the United States have their own information, Poland has its own information and Ukraine probably has its own information."

President Duda also said it was "not a surprise to anyone that there are emotions" after his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, contested statements by Poland and NATO saying the missile was likely a stray Ukrainian air defence rocket.

Asked about reports of a second missile involved in Tuesday's (November 15) incident, Duda said no trace of a second blast had been found by Polish investigators to date.