Uzbek migrant was arrested and charged with providing false information about a terrorist attack in Russia



An Uzbek man was arrested in St. Petersburg, Russia, for making a false report about a terrorist attack, according to "Komsomolskaya Pravda."

On June 3, St. Petersburg police received a threatening message from an unknown person claiming he intended to blow up the Ministry of Internal Affairs building on Moiseenko Street. Law enforcement officers inspected the building and the surrounding area, finding no threats and not ordering any evacuations. It was later discovered that the false threat was made by a 35-year-old unemployed Uzbek citizen.

At present, law enforcement officials have captured him. "A criminal case has been opened against him under the article of false reporting of a terrorist act," the report said.


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