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False alarm: No bomb found at Opera House

The Ministry of Emergency Situations has issued a release according to which on September 1 at 07.15 they had received an alarm that in the building of the Opera and Ballet national theatre a bomb was installed.

Signal of a bomb threat at the National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet in Yerevan was false, the press service of RA Ministry of Emergency reports.

The Ministry of Emergency Situations has issued a release according to which on September 1 at 07.15 they had received an alarm that there was a bomb in the Opera and Ballet national theatre.

At the scene of the accident two combat divisions were sent, the operational administration of rescue forces and the group of the crisis management center.

As a result of the investigatory operations conducted by the members of the National Security Service it was announced that no explosive device was found.
 

01.09.2011, 14:50

Aysor.am

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