Odesa, Zaporizhia, Kherson, Vinnytsia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Rivne, and Dnipro International Airports have stopped operation due to bomb threats, the local police informs.
Today at noon, an unknown individual called the head of the airport and said that a car with a bomb planted in it is parked next to the airport. The evacuation is underway, and bomb experts are checking the threat.
Moreover, an unknown individual informed about the bomb at the Zaporizhia International Airport today at 11:51, as Ukrainian News inform sourcing the local police. The evacuation is also underway, and the experts are working on site.
Another bomb threat was reported in Kherson. The information came at 11:55, and the call was also anonymous.
The media of Dnipro also inform about the possibility of a bomb at their airport. Bomb experts are also working on site.
Yet more bomb threats were reported in Vinnytsia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, and Rivne.
The National Police of Ukraine says most of the buildings had been checked by explosives experts, and no bombs were found.
Yesterday a wave of fake bomb threats spread over in Kyiv. Anonymous calls informed about the bomb on the Red line of capital’s metro and another one in the tent city at the Independence Square. Fortunately, the threats turned out to be false.