Boryspil airport's terminal D and Kyiv railways resume work after false bomb threats
Central Kyiv Station of Kyiv and the main terminal D of the biggest Ukrainians airport Boryspil have reopened after bomb threats made against them turned out to be hoaxes.
"Reports about planted bombs were false," the press services of both organizations told Interfax-Ukraine.
The inspection at airport Kyiv continues.
"Evacuated passengers are waiting for the opening of the airport in buses. A group of bomb technicians is working in the terminals with a sniffer dog. Terminal A has already been inspected," reads the report from the airport on Facebook.