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SOCHI, January 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian security services have found the sender of email messages with threats to foreign Olympic committees, a Federal Security Service official, Alexei Lavrishchev, told reporters on Thursday at a press conference on Sochi Olympic Games security.
The official confirmed the information that some diplomatic representative offices and national Olympic committees had received email messages about threat for citizens of their countries who planned to go to Sochi for the Olympic Games.
The unfounded threats based on nothing had been sent by a Russian citizen who is abroad now, the official said, adding that the person's mental health was doubted.