Kuleba: Three Ukrainian embassies received ‘red-wet’ threatening letters
MOSCOW, December 1 – RIA Novosti. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said three Ukrainian embassies had received threatening letters “soaked in red liquid”.
Adding that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to examine the situation, Kuleba said that attacks with “evil or voodoo symbols” cannot stop Ukraine.
Kuleba stated that he had received threatening letters to some Ukrainian embassies abroad, but he did not go into details.
Packages containing explosives had previously been sent to the Ukrainian Embassy in Madrid, the Instalaza arms company, the Kingdom Ministry of Defense and the Torrejon de Ardoz airbase. On Thursday, it was also learned that on November 24, Spanish police seized an envelope that was sent to Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, possibly containing “pyrotechnic substance”.
It was later learned that another package, possibly containing explosives, was found at the US Embassy in Madrid for the sixth time in a row in Spain. Special Tedax Explosive Disposal Teams and other police units moved to the embassy. Then the parcel was blown up.
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