The Embassy of Ukraine in Romania received two suspicious packages

The Embassy of Ukraine in Romania received two suspicious packages

On the morning of Tuesday, December 6, the Embassy of Ukraine in the capital of Romania, Bucharest, received two suspicious envelopes.

 

 This was reported by the local publication Digi24.

 

 The dangerous find was discovered around 11 a.m. local time.

 

 According to the publication's source, the police went to the scene to secure the area. Pyrotechnic teams are also on site to conduct specific inspections.

 

 "Bomb disposal teams went to the Embassy of Ukraine today following a call to 112 that several suspicious envelopes had been received. Pyrotechnics have begun the standard procedure of investigating them. After the pyrotechnic inspection, it will be clear whether they need to be removed and transported safely." - the publication notes.

 

 A story with envelopes and explosives.

 

 On November 30, the Embassy of Ukraine in Spain received an envelope that exploded during the commandant's inspection. He received minor injuries and was hospitalized.

 

 Later, a package with explosives was also sent to the Instalaza company. It produces weapons that are sent to Ukraine as military aid.

 

 In addition, the Spanish security service discovered another parcel with a bomb. This time she was found at the air base in Torrejon de Ardos. In addition, a package with explosives was also sent to the Spanish Ministry of Defense building. This was already the fourth such parcel received in Spain.

 

 But that's not all: literally on December 5, it became known that three more envelopes with animal eyes, addressed to Ukrainian diplomatic institutions, were seized from a post office in Spain.



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On the morning of Tuesday, December 6, the Embassy of Ukraine in the capital of Romania, Bucharest, received two suspicious envelopes.

 

 This was reported by the local publication Digi24.

 

 The dangerous find was discovered around 11 a.m. local time.

 

 According to the publication's source, the police went to the scene to secure the area. Pyrotechnic teams are also on site to conduct specific inspections.

 

 "Bomb disposal teams went to the Embassy of Ukraine today following a call to 112 that several suspicious envelopes had been received. Pyrotechnics have begun the standard procedure of investigating them. After the pyrotechnic inspection, it will be clear whether they need to be removed and transported safely." - the publication notes.

 

 A story with envelopes and explosives.

 

 On November 30, the Embassy of Ukraine in Spain received an envelope that exploded during the commandant's inspection. He received minor injuries and was hospitalized.

 

 Later, a package with explosives was also sent to the Instalaza company. It produces weapons that are sent to Ukraine as military aid.

 

 In addition, the Spanish security service discovered another parcel with a bomb. This time she was found at the air base in Torrejon de Ardos. In addition, a package with explosives was also sent to the Spanish Ministry of Defense building. This was already the fourth such parcel received in Spain.

 

 But that's not all: literally on December 5, it became known that three more envelopes with animal eyes, addressed to Ukrainian diplomatic institutions, were seized from a post office in Spain.