Boryspil Airport resumes its work after reports of planted bomb
Boryspil International Airport which is the main airport of the country, has fully resumed its work after reports of a planted bomb, the airport's spokeswoman, Oksana Ozhyhova, told Interfax-Ukraine.
According to her, the reports of a bomb planted at the airport have not been confirmed.
The press service of the Main Department of the Interior Ministry in Kyiv region told Interfax-Ukraine that law enforcement officers had completed checks at the airport and had found no suspicious items.
As reported, on April 25, passengers were evacuated from Boryspil International Airport following an anonymous mining report by phone.
The press service of the Main Department of the Interior Ministry in Kyiv region told Interfax-Ukraine that an unidentified person called the 102 emergency phone line and reported alleged mining of one of Kyiv-based airports.
The press service said that checks were also being held at Kyiv Zhuliany International Airport.