In the Far East, schools were "mined" on the day of the Unified State Examination

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In the Far East, schools were "mined" on the day of the Unified State Examination
In the Far East, schools were "mined" on the day of the Unified State Examination
26 May, 10:59Society
Reports of allegedly planted explosive devices on the territory of schools were received in the cities of the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District.

So, in the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Khabarovsk Territory, four schools were “mined”, and in one of them a unified state exam was taking place at that time. Unidentified people reported bomb threats at schools No. 53, No. 32, No. 28 and No. 42 - the USE was held in the latter, after checking the building, the students were able to return to testing. This is the 19th case of "mining" in the region since the beginning of this year.

Also "mined" were nine schools and six kindergartens in Blagoveshchensk in the Amur Region. We managed to check some schools even before the start of work, so they avoided disrupting the exam there. We are talking about three schools where exams are held on this day.

In Chukotka, due to information about mining, more than 700 people had to be evacuated from schools and courts. Emergency inspections were carried out at 52 district institutions, due to which 582 students and 145 employees were evacuated.

None of the reports were confirmed.

Recall that last time people had to be evacuated from the buildings of institutions in the Far East in connection with reports of bombs on May 16th. Then the "mining" touched Khabarovsk and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Before that, on May 4, not only schools, but also hospitals were " mined " in Khabarovsk. All messages were received by e-mail of the regional Ministry of Health.

Recall that the wave of false mining of railway stations, schools, hospitals, courts, shopping centers, concert halls and other facilities especially intensified this winter. In a number of cities, the number of reports of supposedly planted bombs related to 600 or more sites per day. Experts have never found explosive devices as a result of checks on these reports.

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