Russian missiles have killed two people in NATO member Poland, a senior US intelligence official has said.
The Prime Minister of Poland has called for an urgent meeting of his national security committee amid reports that Russian missiles struck the country.
The two stray rockets landed in the Polish border town of Przewodow, north of Lviv, Ukraine’s most western city, killing two people.
The incident came after Moscow unleashed a barrage of more than 100 missiles on Ukraine, plunging large swathes into the country.
It would come as the first time someone has been killed on Nato territory as the result of an apparent Russian strike.
The military alliance’s secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg has previously claimed its 30 members would defend and protect every inch of their territory in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.