The Spanish newspaper “El Mundo” said, on Thursday, that three “explosive” packages arrived at the Prime Minister’s office, the Ministry of Defense building and the Torrejon de Ardoz military air base.
The newspaper stated that the office of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, the Ministry of Defense and the Torrejon de Ardoz military air base in the capital, Madrid, received three parcels containing “explosive” devices today, Thursday.
The newspaper pointed out that the parcels “similar” to the letters that arrived yesterday, Wednesday, at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid and the “Zaragoza” company that sends missile launchers to the Ukrainian forces.
“The contents of all the parcels in the five cases are similar,” said Rafael Perez, Secretary of State for Security Affairs at the Spanish Ministry of the Interior, according to the newspaper.
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Peres said in a press conference at the ministry’s headquarters that the parcels contained “home-made incendiary materials.”
On Wednesday, a female employee of the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid was slightly injured after a letter bomb exploded, according to Spanish police.
Following the incident, the Spanish police imposed a security cordon around the embassy, which is located in a residential area near the French School in Madrid.