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 false.
"Reports about planted bombs were false," the press services of both organizations told Interfax-Ukraine. Earlier on Wednesday, the police reported they had received anonymous calls about bombs being planted at two Kyiv airports, Boryspil and Zhuliany airport, and at the Central Railway Station of Kyiv. Passengers had been evacuated for two hours. Similar anonymous calls about bomb threats were earlier the cause of closing subway stations in downtown Kyiv. Three stations were closed for entrance and exit several times on Monday and Tuesday. However, the movement of trains wasn’t stopped and the stations functioned for interchange.