Information on mine-laying in Odesa not confirmed, - police

Source : 112 Ukraine

The investigation team is working to determine the criminal and bring him/her to responsibility
13:17, 18 March 2018

Odesa Police

Information about mine-laying in Odesa, where Russian Consulate is located, was not confirmed, as Odesa Police press-office wrote on Facebook.

“The message about mine-laying on Haharinske Plateau in Odesa is false. No explosive objects found on the accident site,” the message says.

The representatives of the police added that they intend to make entries on this case into the Unified Register of Pre-Trial Investigations under the article of the Criminal Code of Ukraine on false notification of civilians’ security threat, destruction or damage of property. The investigation team is working to determine the criminal and bring him/her to responsibility.

Earlier it was reported that 102 unlisted line received a message that Haharinske Plateau in Odesa was allegedly mined. This is the territory where dwellings and Russia’s Consulate are located. Law enforcers evacuated 300 people from the site.

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The election date, March 18, was not approved right away. First, elections were planned to be held on March 11. However, with the amendments to Russian law, the government decided to hold elections on the fourth anniversary of Crimea annexation – March 18, 2018. That’s the day when the Agreement on Crimea’s and Sevastopol’s joining of Russian Federations was signed. Two days later the peninsula conducted an illegal referendum concerning “joining Russian Federation”.

Despite Putin, there are seven more candidates: Sergey Baburin (Russian All-People’s Union), Pavel Grudinin (Communist Party), Vladimir Zhirinovsky (Liberal Democratic Party), Grigoriy Yavlinski (Apple), Kseniya Sobchak.(Civic Initiative’s), Maxim Suraykin (Communists of Russia), Boris Titov (Party of Growth).For the record, Putin is an independent candidate.

Earlier, Arsen Avakov, Ukraine’s Internal Minister, said that Russian citizens who live on the territory of Ukraine will not have access to Russian diplomatic agencies located in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa and Lviv to vote for future Russian President on March 18.

Earlier, Ukrainian nationalists promise to block Russian presidential elections in Ukraine on March 18, 2018. This is said in the joint statement of Ukrainian political parties Svoboda, Right Sector and National Corps. Political parties intend to block polling stations and form “corridor of shame” for voters – Russian citizens.

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