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Indonesia: Leaders leave Biden's hotel after holding talks as tension escalates over Poland's missile incident01:12

Indonesia: Leaders leave Biden's hotel after holding talks as tension escalates over Poland's missile incident

Indonesia, Bali
November 16, 2022 at 10:55 GMT +00:00 · Published

Official delegations were seen leaving the Grand Hyatt hotel in Bali on Wednesday, following an emergency meeting of leaders with US President Joe Biden.

Footage shows representatives walking from the hotel entrance to the waiting convoy of diplomatic cars.

The discussions came following reports on Tuesday that a missile had fallen into Polish territory close to the border with Ukraine, killing two people at a grain drying plant.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed 90 missiles had been launched against his country, describing the incident in Poland as a 'significant escalation'.

The Russian Defence Ministry strongly denied any responsibility, saying that "there were no strikes on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border by Russian weapons."

Biden himself said that "it is unlikely, in the lines of the trajectory, that it was fired from Russia", while also urging everyone to wait until investigations had been completed.

Indonesia: Leaders leave Biden's hotel after holding talks as tension escalates over Poland's missile incident01:12
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Official delegations were seen leaving the Grand Hyatt hotel in Bali on Wednesday, following an emergency meeting of leaders with US President Joe Biden.

Footage shows representatives walking from the hotel entrance to the waiting convoy of diplomatic cars.

The discussions came following reports on Tuesday that a missile had fallen into Polish territory close to the border with Ukraine, killing two people at a grain drying plant.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed 90 missiles had been launched against his country, describing the incident in Poland as a 'significant escalation'.

The Russian Defence Ministry strongly denied any responsibility, saying that "there were no strikes on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish state border by Russian weapons."

Biden himself said that "it is unlikely, in the lines of the trajectory, that it was fired from Russia", while also urging everyone to wait until investigations had been completed.