Polish president says 'very likely' missile was from Ukraine air defence

Police investigate on November 16, 2022 the site where a missile strike killed two men in the eastern Poland village of Przewodow. (Photo: AFP)

Poland's President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday said it was "very likely" that the deadly missile that struck a Polish border village was from Ukraine's air defence.

"Absolutely nothing indicates that this was an intentional attack on Poland... It's very likely that it was a rocket used in anti-missile defence, meaning that it was used by Ukraine's defence forces," he told reporters.