Connection to Ukraine war?
The Spanish head of government also received a letter bomb
One person was injured in a letter bomb explosion at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid on Wednesday. Now it is known: The Spanish Prime Minister was also the target of an attempted attack.
Escaped a letter bomb attack on November 24: Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.
After a letter bomb exploded in the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid on Wednesday, leaving one person slightly injured, the Spanish government also announced that it had received a dangerous shipment. A letter bomb addressed to Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez was received on November 24 and rendered harmless, the interior ministry said.
A similar shipment was also received by the weapons manufacturer Instalaza in Zaragoza late on Wednesday evening. The company produces weapons of war. Spain has shipped Instalaza products to Ukraine.
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A fourth suspicious shipment was intercepted early Thursday morning at the Torrejón air force base near Madrid. From there, military planes take off with supplies for the Ukraine.
This package is currently being investigated by the police. “The scanner showed that there was a suspicious mechanism in it,” said a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Defense of the German Press Agency.
The Spanish authorities do not rule out that all four programs could be related to the war in Ukraine. The investigators assume terrorist attacks. Ukrainian ambassador Serhiy Pohoreltsev suspects Russia was behind the attack on the embassy. (SDA/noo)