Reporters asked to leave Rada due to "bomb threat"
The journalists were asked to leave the parliament’s press box due to a “bomb threat,” according to an UNIAN correspondent reporting from the Verkhovna Rada.
As UNIAN correspondent reported, a security official came up to the press box asking the reporters to leave because the received information about possible bomb threat.
However, the official did not comment on whether the MPs will leave the session hall.
Read alsoPoroshenko wants to strip Rada of right to sack Prosecutor GeneralAt the moment, the parliamentary session continues. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is addressing the parliament, while the reporters are leaving the press box.
On parliament’s agenda today is the issue of introducing ID cards for the Ukrainian citizens. Among other issues to be discussed is the bill on civil servants and the bill on economic stabilization of Chernomorneftegaz in face of occupation of Crimea.