Bomber detained in Kyiv had no certain motive for attack, - police chief

Source : 112 Ukraine

The man who threatened to blow up the grenade said that life "has really got" to him
16:00, 4 August 2021

Head of the National Police of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko claimed that Volodymyr Prokhnich, the man who threatened to blow up the grenade in the building of the Cabinet of Ministers had no certain motives for doing so. The man just said that he was totally done with life, that it "has really got" to him. Klymenko said so at a briefing in Kyiv on August 4.

"So far, there is no motive; the investigation will sort it out", the official said.

Besides, Klymenko said that Prokhnich faced 15 years behind the bars. The police opened criminal proceeding on four articles of the Criminal Procedure Code.

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As we reported, the incident occurred at the Cabinet of Ministers on Wednesday morning. Prokhnich entered the building, claimed that the office is captured and threatened to set off the grenade. Later, the police confirmed it appeared to be live and ready for action. The police conducted a special operation, which resulted in the man's detention. 

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