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A passenger plane has been threatened with an emergency landing in Belarus by a “scandal bomb”

A passenger plane has been threatened with an emergency landing in Belarus by a "scandal bomb"

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Minsk, May 23 According to the Belarusian state news agency reported on the 23rd, a Ryanair aircraft in Ireland due to bomb threats on the same day emergency landing in the white capital Minsk International Airport. After examination, the aircraft found no explosive devices and then took off again and landed in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.

Reported that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft from athens, greece, to Vilnius, with 123 passengers on board. At 1250 local time, the passenger plane made an emergency landing request for a bomb on board while flying over Belarusian airspace and landed at Minsk International Airport at 1315 hours.

White then inspected the passengers’ luggage and cabin and found no explosive devices. Passengers and luggage were re-screened at Minsk International Airport and the aircraft was allowed to take off after confirming their safety. The passenger plane left Minsk International Airport at 20:48.

Reported that the aircraft issued an emergency landing request, BelarusIan President Lukashenko issued an order to allow the aircraft to land, a white military fighter jet emergency lift-off to the passenger plane to carry out escort flights.

At present, the Belarusian Commission of Inquiry has initiated criminal proceedings against the fake bomb.

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