Kharkiv law enforcers received bomb threat messages about 7 local hotels, the press service of the regional department of the National Police reported.
“On Monday, at 9:07 police was informed of mines placed in 7 hotels on Shevchenko str, Nesterova str., Kopylovska str., Sumska str., Lyusinska str, on Haharina ave. and Moscow ave.,” reads the message.
As it was reported the law enforcers, cynologist and bomb-disposal experts departed right off to the venues to search for the explosives.
The evacuation of the citizens, premises and territories inspecting are underway.
As we reported earlier, on election day, April 21, law enforcement officers received many reports about "mining" of premises in different regions of the country - police searched for explosives at malls, hotels, airports, HPP due to mining threat.
The majority of the reports were spotted in Kyiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, and Donetsk regions. The police officers compiled 13 administrative protocols.
Over the last couple of weeks, cases of fake bomb threats in strategic infrastructure objects were reported in Ukraine. Ukraine's Interior Ministry reported that such messages come from the occupied areas of Donetsk and Luhansk region, and Russia is behind such messages.
No explosives were found, the airports resumed their work.