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ODESSA, February 6. /TASS/. An explosive device went off in southern Ukraine’s Odessa at about 2 a.m. GMT at an office of the country’s biggest PrivatBank.
The police say the device has been installed under a gas pipe coming into the building. No victims have been reported.
PrivatBank is owned by Ukraine’s well-known oligarch Igor Kolomoisky, who is on the international wanted list for organisation of murders. Several explosions occurred in Odessa over past two months, and some of them were near organisations, which are assisting the punitive operation in Donbass. The authorities have qualified all the explosions as acts of terror.
On January 3, was blown up a tank with oil products.
On January 5 and 16, explosions were by coordinating centres for assistance to the military operation in Donbass.