Ukraine has 17 embassies that received explosive letters or packages containing animal parts

“I am tempted to say (or) name Russia right away, because first you have to answer the question, who benefits from it?” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dimitro Kuleba said during a an interview with CNN. He added that either Russia is “directly responsible” for these attacks or the person responsible is “sympathetic to the Russian cause and is trying to sow fear”.

There , estimates a total of 17 embassies in Europe that received letters containing explosives or packages containing body parts of certain animals, mainly cow and pig eyes.

“I am tempted to say (or) name Russia right away, because in the first place you have to answer the question, who benefits? Kuleba said in an interview with CNN, adding that either Russia is “directly responsible” for these attacks or the person responsible ” sympathizes with the Russian cause and tries to sow fear.”

“It all started with an explosion at the Ukrainian Embassy in Spain (in Madrid)” recounted the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, after which he said that “what followed this explosion was rarer and I would even say sick.”

In this sense, he explained that, although the final conclusions will be made by the researchers, “these two options make sense”. “This is how (the Russians) try to fight as they lose real diplomatic battles one after another.” he assured.

Kuleba has previously said that there are reasons to believe there is “a well-planned campaign of terror and intimidation against Ukrainian embassies and consulates”. “Unable to stop Ukraine on the diplomatic front, they are trying to intimidate us,” he said.

The Ukrainian government reported that these types of packages arrived at the country’s embassies in Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Croatia and Italy, although suspicious shipments were also registered in the country’s consulates in Poland, the Czech Republic and Italy.

Source: Latercera

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