"Ukraine has the right to defend itself, to neutralize strikes targeting its civilian infrastructure and population," said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg at the press conference after the extraordinary meeting regarding the missile attack launched on Poland, APA reports.
He noted that NATO was worried about yesterday's incident, and at the same time, it is ready for such incidents: "Of course, we are very concerned and especially considering that this incident has caused casualties and we are very saddened by it. We are monitoring the situation. However, NATO is ready for such events. We try to deal with such incidents, keeping our composure and not causing any tension".