Calls reported claiming bombs planted in airports across Ukraine, all Kyiv subway stations
The Ukrainian police responds to a number of anonymous calls checking information on bombs planted in six airports across Ukraine, the Kyiv Metro [subway] and the state enterprise Antonov, press secretary of the National Police Yaroslav Trakalo told UNIAN.
"It’s airports Vinnytsia, Odesa, Dnipro, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv, Boryspil, and State Enterprise Antonov, as well as the metropolitan subway," he said, adding that the reports concerned all subway stations.
According to Trakalo, bomb calls were carried out from an unidentified number to landline phones at airports.
Read alsoSBU: Most of anonymous hoax bomb calls come from RussiaWhen asked if people are going to be evacuated from the Kyiv subway, the spokesman said that the police were now checking subway stations for possible threats.
That is, no one is currently talking about evacuation from any of the stations.