May 15, 2019 22:54
Five flights delayed at Krasnodar Airport due to anonymous bomb threat calls
KRASNODAR. May 15 (Interfax) - Krasnodar Airport has resumed its operations in a routine mode in the wake of unnamed bomb threat calls, the press service of the air harbor told Interfax on Wednesday evening.
"Law enforcement officers have searched the building. The information about mining proved false. Five departure flights and four arrival flights were slightly delayed over this time. Representatives of air companies are dealing with passengers," a press officer said.
Krasnodar International Airport restarted its routine operations at 8:30 p.m. Moscow time, he added.
As previously reported, the airport's call center received at 6:25 p.m. Moscow time the information on mining the airport. Passengers were evacuated from the airport building.
Anonymous calls about mining seven buildings in Krasnodar came on Wednesday evening; the airport and six shopping and entertainment centers were evacuated. According to preliminary information, these calls were made using IP telephony and from abroad.
(Our editorial staff can be reached at email@example.com)
June 26, 2019
India to start getting S-400 after 2020 - FSMTC of Russia
ISSUES RELATED TO PAYMENTS FOR S-400 CONTRACT WITH INDIA SOLVED - FSMTC
S-400 DELIVERIES TO INDIA TO BEGIN AFTER 2020 - FSMTC
RUSSIA TO COMPLETE S-400 SUPPLIES TO TURKEY BEFORE YEAREND - FSMTC
Russia to be ready to ship S-400s to Turkey in coming weeks - FSMTC chief
Contract with Indonesia for delivery of Su-35 fighter aircraft remains in effect - Russia's FSVTS head
Slutsky fails to win enough votes for election as PACE vice speaker
Russia owes CoE about 85 mln euro for past 2-plus years - source
PACE DOESN'T ELECT DEPUTY HEAD OF RUSSIAN DELEGATION SLUTSKY AS ASSEMBLY'S DEPUTY SPEAKER
All of Tbilisi rioters held on June 21 released, demonstrators told
RUSSIA TO BE READY FOR SHIPMENT OF S-400 SYSTEMS TO TURKEY IN COMING WEEKS, WHICH WILL BE CARRIED OUT IN SEVERAL STAGES - HEAD OF FEDERAL SERVICE FOR MILITARY-TECHNICAL COOPERATION
Former Ingush prosecutor Kalimatov appointed acting head of this republic
CONTRACT WITH INDONESIA FOR DELIVERY OF SU-35 FIGHTER AIRCRAFT IS IN EFFECT AND WILL BE IMPLEMENTED - HEAD OF FEDERAL SERVICE FOR MILITARY-TECHNICAL COOPERATION
U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about results of the trilateral meeting on Afghanistan settlement that took place in Moscow on April 25, prospects of the intra-Afghan meeting in Doha, and Russia‘s role in the Afghan issue.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the Alliance‘s 70th anniversary that is to be celebrated on April 4. He speaks in the interview about the NATO‘s vision of future relations with Russia, its attitude to the situation surrounding the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) Treaty and the New START Treaty, as well as further plans of expanding the Alliance.
British Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the current situation in the relationship between the United Kingdom and Russia, the impact of the Skripal case on it, the restoration of the numbers of diplomatic staff, exchange of information on counter-terrorism, possible introduction of sanctions over the Kerch Strait incident, the INF Treaty, and British-Russian economic relations.