Kyiv police receives message about "mining" of Zhuliany airport

Source : 112 Ukraine

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18:14, 15 January 2022

Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport (Zhuliany)

Passengers are being evacuated from the Kyiv Zhuliany airport, as the police received a message about "mining". This was reported by the Kyiv law enforcers, RBC-Ukraine reports.

"We received a message about the "mining". Technicians are already checking the premises for explosives. Passengers have been evacuated," the police said.

We add that a wave of "mining" covered Ukraine on January 12-13. In particular, in Odesa, the central Christmas tree was "mined". Also in Cherkassy, ​​Lviv, Mykolaiv and Dnipro there were reports of “mining” of schools. And in Kyiv, two metro stations were closed for entry and exit due to an anonymous report about "mining".

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According to the head of the National Police of Ukraine Igor Klymenko, on January 12, 600 objects were "mined" in different regions of Ukraine.

On January 13, police from different cities also received anonymous reports of "mining". Explosives were searched in Poltava, Zhytomyr, Khmelnytsky, Luhansk and Cherkassy. Because of this, shopping centers and one school were temporarily closed.

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