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Letters with explosives in Athens have been addressed in the ECB and the Eurogroup, and the heads of the ECM

Letters to the explosive mixture found in Greek mail distribution center in Athens, were addressed to the regional office of the European Central Bank (ECB), as well as two officials representing the structures associated with the eurozone, reports Reuters.

According to him, we are talking about the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), Klaus Regling, as well as the chairman of the Eurogroup Jeroen Deysselblume.

"Parcels were sent to eight different countries", - quotes agency the words of a source in the security services. It is noted that the three European institutions involved in the financial assistance programs for the victims of the Greek financial crisis.

Eight letters with an explosive mixture have been found in Athens in March 20. This substance is also contained in the package that arrived last week in the German Finance Ministry. March 15 suspicious package caused the evacuation of people from the building of the finance department in Germany, its addressee was Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.

A day later, a similar mailing was received in Paris representation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The package exploded in the hands of one of the officers. As a result, she received burns to his hands and face.

A source: TASS

Tags: Greece, Accidents, Mail, Explosives

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