Information About The "Mining" Of Airports In Krasnodar, St. Petersburg, And Moscow Turned Out To Be False
An anonymous report about the "mining" of airports in Krasnodar, St. Petersburg, and Moscow was not confirmed, according to the TASS source in the emergency services.
On Sunday, law enforcement agencies received an anonymous report that the airports of Krasnodar, St. Petersburg, and Moscow, as well as all aircraft parked in the capital's airports, were "mined." "The test is completed. Explosive items and explosives were not found. Information about the "mining" of airports and planes turned out to be false," the source said. He noted that in the capital they were talking about Vnukovo, Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, and Zhukovsky airports.
Earlier, the official representative of the Krasnodar international airport Vitaly Korenyugin said that the air Harbor is operating normally, there are no flight delays. The press service of Pulkovo airport reported that the check was completed at 16:35 Moscow time, the threat of "mining" was not confirmed.