“You are still Putin’s Trojan horse, Chetnik butchers stained with blood”: New reports about bombs at Nikola Tesla airport, Zemun hospital, shopping centers, betting shops…
Shortly after 11:00, a report of bombs at 12 locations across Belgrade was emailed to the Danas newspaper.
According to the e-mail, which was received from an address headed “Azov Anti- Chetnik Brigade”, several bombs were planted in the same locations: nine bombs in the Student House on Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, one bomb in the Embassy of Belarus (Deligradska 13) , 17 bombs in the Ušće shopping centre on Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard, two bombs in the KFC on Student Square, nine bombs in Nikola Tesla Airport, four of them in the car park under the civilian cars, six bombs in the Delta City shopping centre on Jurij Gagarin Street, one bomb in the Faculty of Arts on the second floor, four bombs in the Rector’s Office building, two bombs in the University of Arts at 29 Kosancic Venac, three bombs in the hospital in Zemun, 9 Vukova Street, one bomb in Meridian bet shop (Gandijeva 76a) and two bombs in the Meridianbet bet shop at Narodnih heroja 30.
“You are still Putin’s Trojan horse in Europe, you are still taking pictures with Russian politicians, you are still holding intelligence projects together, that drugged-out madman of yours Vulin is coming to Moscow to prepare further methods of repression and suppression and to spread Putin’s will.” The mass butchers and rapists of the Chetniks are now your model citizens, policemen, soldiers, politicians and businessmen. Your whole country is soiled with innocent blood and none of you have the courage to condemn it,” the email says, adding that “we are still not coming to our senses” and that there will be “blood up to our elbows. ”
In addition to a series of threats and profanities, the email also mentions followers of Željko Ražnatović Arkan, Vojislav Šešelj, Vuk Drašković and “Vagner”, in addition to a number of threats and expletives, as well as calls “you Chetnik cattle”.
For the time being, it has been confirmed to Danas that an e-mail about the explosive devices was sent to the Rector’s Office of the University of Belgrade and that the building was evacuated.
The Rector’s Office of the University of the Arts told Danas that they had not received such an email, and the Student Centre Belgrade has not yet been informed of the tip-off. As the director of SC Belgrade, Goran Minic, told us, it has been happening lately that notifications about planted bombs are received from the police, and not directly to the e-mail address of one of the dormitories.
The dean of the Belgrade Faculty of Arts, Danijel Sinani, confirmed to Danas that an e-mail with a message about planted bombs had arrived at the faculty’s e-mail and that the building had been evacuated./Danas