back to top

    Russian Missile Warhead Eventually Found in Poland

    In a recent development, a presidential aide has confirmed the discovery of the warhead belonging to a Russian missile that crashed in north-central Poland. The remains of an unidentified military object were initially found approximately 15 kilometres from the city of Bydgoszcz in late April. Speculation arose that the object was a Russian missile that had crashed into a nearby forest in December of the previous year.

    Pawel Szrot, in an interview with the private radio broadcaster RMF FM on Friday, revealed that the missile’s warhead had finally been recovered. Szrot informed the public that the warhead is currently undergoing analysis by relevant institutions. Notably, this warhead is unique as it is constructed with Russian innovative technology, utilizing concrete materials.

    Szrot suggested that the warhead’s concrete composition was deliberately chosen to deceive Ukrainian air defence systems. He speculated that this older model of the missile was modified in this manner to confuse and outwit the Ukrainian air defence. Additionally, Szrot emphasized that this particular missile could not be launched without a warhead and surmised that someone had substituted the warhead with concrete.

    The incident has sparked discussions about the need for improving Polish defence procedures. Szrot pointed out the apparent shortcomings in communication between military commanders and top government officials, as well as the delayed reporting of the crash. These issues underscore the importance of enhancing coordination and efficiency within the Polish defence system.

    As the analysis of the recovered warhead continues, authorities will likely gain further insights into the incident and its implications. The findings will serve as valuable information for both Polish defence strategies and international diplomatic relations, shedding light on potential threats and necessary improvements to prevent similar incidents in the future.

    Source:

    More in section

    2,221FansLike
    358FollowersFollow
    1,071FollowersFollow