An employee of the embassy was injured in a letter bomb explosion at the Ukrainian embassy in the Spanish capital Madrid. The man who opened the letter on Wednesday afternoon was only slightly injured, the media reported, citing the Spanish national police. Nevertheless, he went to the hospital as a precaution.
The Policía Nacional confirmed these reports at the request of the German Press Agency. She was alerted by the embassy at around 1:15 p.m. The anti-terrorist protocol was activated and the area around the embassy building in the Piovera district of Madrid in the northeast of the capital was cordoned off, it said. An anti-explosives unit and two dog handlers are deployed
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