The bomb alarm announcements in Belgrade continued during the day after those of this morning which concerned over 120 schools. According to reports from the website of the newspaper “Blic”, the new threats concern some of the main road bridges of the capital, some shopping centers, restaurants and the central railway station. The bomb alerts were notified through e-mails and also concerned public facilities such as the National Museum and the City Zoo. The presidency building, the city council and the Russian embassy were also the subject of the alarms. According to the website of the newspaper “Vecernje novosti”, the deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesic, confirmed that the water supply systems were also affected by the threatening emails. According to the local press, the power plants that supply the city were also affected.
Among the shopping centers, the Stadion, located in the same building where a match between Vozdovac and Partizan is scheduled, was also the subject of a bomb scare. The Belgrade Prosecutor’s Office announced that “intense work” is underway to uncover the perpetrators of criminal acts linked to false reports of bombs arriving daily at a large number of addresses in Belgrade and other cities in Serbia. The special high-tech crime department of the Prosecutor’s Office is also involved in the police investigation. Up to this moment, all the reports have turned out to be false, they let the Ministry of the Interior know.