False bomb threats have been telephoned to business centers, cinemas, and supermarkets in Ukraine
Tuesday, June 19, 2018

False bomb threats have been telephoned to business centers, cinemas, and supermarkets in Ukraine

False bomb threats have been telephoned to business centers, cinemas, and supermarkets in Ukraine, Serhiy Knyazev, National Chief of Police, tells Interfax-Ukraine. In the last two weeks, 20 bomb threats were telephoned to business centers in Kharkiv, he said. Others have been made to businesses in Kyiv and Lviv. Knyazev said: “We understand where these messages come from. They are coming from Russia. Our cyber police have established the origin.”

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