The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, claimed that Ukrainian embassies and consulates have been operating for a week already under increased security.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said 31 “suspicious packages” had been sent to Ukrainian embassies and consulates in 15 countries in what Kyiv has described as a “campaign of terror and intimidation”.
“Over the past two days, suspicious packages have arrived at embassies in Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Denmark, as well as consulates in Gdańsk. In total, we already have 31 packages in 15 countries: Austria (1), Vatican City (1), Denmark (1), Spain (5), Italy (4), Kazakhstan (1), Netherlands (1), Poland (6). ), Portugal (2), Romania (2), USA (1), Hungary (2), France (1), Croatia (1), Czech Republic (2)” says Kouleba in his Facebook post.
The Ukrainian minister emphasized that Ukrainian embassies and consulates have been operating for a week already under increased security. He claimed that all the envelopes “marked the same address of the sender: Tesla dealership in the German city of Sindelfingen”. He pointed out that the packages have been sent to post offices that are not equipped with video surveillance systems and that the senders have taken care not to leave traces of DNA on the packages. According to the Ukrainian foreign minister, this, in particular, shows that the act is carried out by professionals.
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