National Police: the Parliament was “mined” from Russia
No mines or other explosive devices were found in the building
The message about alleged mining of the Ukrainian Parliament proved to be a fake one, the press service of the National Police reported.
Workers of the State Security Department carefully checked the entire building for explosive devices but found nothing.
The anonymous tip came from Russia, the police said.
At 10.55 a.m Kyiv time, the law enforcers received a message about the explosive device planted in the Parliament. However, no one was evacuated, and the MPs continued working.
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