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Russian Emergency Services Received An Anonymous Call About The Possible Terrorist Attacks In Three Airports

Russian Emergency Services Received An Anonymous Call About The Possible Terrorist Attacks In Three Airports

An anonymous message about the "mining" of airports in Krasnodar, St. Petersburg, and Moscow was received by law enforcement agencies, according to a TASS report on Sunday, citing the emergency services.

"We received an anonymous message from an unknown person to law enforcement agencies that the airports of Krasnodar, St. Petersburg and Moscow were mined. There is also information about the threat of an explosion of all aircraft parked in the capital's airports," the source said.

According to the source, this information is checking. Law enforcement officers, emergency services, and dog handlers went to the scene.

"In connection with the receipt of an anonymous e-mail message about possible mining of aircraft and the terminal building, the police, and aviation security service are currently inspecting following the established regulations. For this reason, some flights may be delayed for departure," the press service said.

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