G7 Leaders To Hold Emergency Talks Amid Incident In Poland
According to sources in the Japanese government, Kyodo news agency claimed that G7 leaders are organizing emergency discussions in response to the launch of a rocket in eastern Poland. Due to the preparations for the negotiations, a meeting between the prime ministers of Japan and Great Britain that was originally scheduled for November 16 was postponed.
All of the G7 leaders are currently present for the G20 conference in Indonesia. In light of the events in Poland, Charles Michel, the head of the European Council, had declared his intention to convene an urgent meeting of EU leaders at the G20 conference.
Two persons were killed on November 15 when a missile landed in the Polish settlement of Przewodów, which lies close to the Ukrainian border. Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland’s prime minister, convened an urgent meeting in light of the occurrence. The incident is believed to have implicated Russia in Western nations, but the Russian Defense Ministry disputes this information and labels it a « deliberate provocation. »