FOREIGN Secretary James Cleverly says the UK is “urgently looking” into reports that a missile killed two people in Poland.

Little information is so far known about the incident, but it has already sparked concern in Ukraine and among the war-torn nation’s allies in Europe and beyond.

The Polish Foreign Ministry late on Tuesday said a Russian-made missile fell in eastern Poland and killed two people.

Following the incident, in a statement, the Braintree MP said: “We are urgently looking into reports of missiles landing in Poland and are in contact with our Polish friends and NATO allies.”

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the UK would “support our allies”, meanwhile Joe Biden pledged US support for Poland but stated it was “unlikely” Russia fired the missile.

The president’s assessment was later backed up by preliminary assessments from US intelligence suggesting the missile was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian one.

The Prime Minister, who is currently at the G20 Summit in Bali with other world leaders, said he had spoken to both Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and Defence Secretary Ben Wallace about the incident.

Mr Sunak also spoke with Polish president Andrzej Duda and reiterated the UK’s solidarity with Poland and expressed condolences for the victims and their families.

According to Downing Street, Mr Sunak offered Poland “any assistance needed to urgently establish what happened”.

“The leaders agreed to remain in close contact and continue coordinating with our international partners, including NATO allies, on the next steps,” a spokesman said.

President Biden, in his call with the Polish president, “offered full US support for and assistance with Poland’s investigation” and reaffirmed the United States’ "ironclad commitment" to NATO.

Mr Biden also spoke to NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg, who said NATO was “monitoring the situation”, tweeting: “Allies are closely consulting. Important that all facts are established.”

It came as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky decried the missile strike as “a very significant escalation” of his country’s war with Russia.

The Ukrainian leader said the reported strikes offered proof “terror is not limited by our state borders”.

“We need to put the terrorist in its place. The longer Russia feels impunity, the more threats there will be for everyone within the reach of Russian missiles,” Mr Zelensky said.