Due to bomb threats, schools, kindergartens and institutions in Montenegro were evacuated

Montenegrin Police / Photo: EPA-EFE / BORIS PEJOVIC

Teaching in all Montenegrin schools has been suspended today after threatening messages about bomb attacks and nerve gas attacks were received on electronic addresses, and threats also reached kindergartens and state institutions.

Kindergartens in Podgorica were evacuated, and at the same time threats were made to the addresses of the Montenegrin Ministry of the Interior, the Police Administration, the National Security Agency, the Ministry of Justice, the Basic and High Courts, and local media.

As reported by the Montenegrin media, the threat states that canisters with allegedly poisonous nerve gas with detonating devices will be placed in Podgorica, Bar, Budva and Kotor.

It is the second day in a row that numerous Montenegrin institutions have received threats, which is why they have been evacuated.

Yesterday, 120 schools and institutions in Montenegro were notified of a bomb, which were evacuated due to the new wave of bomb threats, and classes were suspended.

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