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Part of fake bomb threats in Kyiv came from Russia
12:16, 18 November 2017
Part of fake bomb threats in Kyiv came from Russia

On Nov. 17, there were 13 phone calls saying about bombs all over Kyiv

12:16, 18 November 2017

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A part of the bomb threat calls in Kyiv yesterday came from Russia, Deputy Head of National Police Vyacheslav Abroskin wrote on Facebook.

According to him, the police succeeded in identifying some of the calls, and they were made from a Russian telephone service provider. The calls were made from Lanc Telecom, which belongs to MTS Russia.

Related: Airports all over Ukraine stop work due to bomb threats

Abroskin added that in this way the Russian special services are trying to destabilize the situation in Ukraine.

“It’s not just games anymore, it’s intentional work of Russian special services on destabilizing the situation in our country. The enemy, apart from the military activity, has an aim: creating panic and chaos in our peaceful territory. It won’t happen,” Abroskin said.

As it was reported earlier, yesterday 13 fake bomb threats were made in Kyiv including two railway stations, two metro stations, a hotel and a TV channel.

Related: Anonymous bomb threats as civil defence in big Russian cities

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