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KIEV, January 27. /ITAR-TASS/. The Ukrainian government has information on extremist attacks on laying mines at gas pipelines and key facilities, Foreign Minister Leonid Kozhara said.
However, the minister said the government “is not planning to impose a state of emergency”.
“Information says attacks can be made on the Central Post Office and on the building of Kiev regional state administration where the central election commission is headquartered. This would be very dangerous,” he said.
“Reports on gas pipelines mining and on the events at two Ukrainian nuclear power plants are rather fearsome. The government is ready to respond to them,” Kozhara said.