Vilnius Airport received an anonymous call on Wednesday morning, saying that a bomb had been planted, Lietuvos Oro Uostai (Lithuanian Airports, LTOU), the airport operator in Lithuania, said.
In response, some passengers were evacuated from the airport.
“All special services were immediately informed, and the airport is undergoing a space check and situation assessment. While the common areas are being checked and the information is being assessed, passengers have been evacuated from the common areas of the arrival and departure terminals,” LTOU said.
Around 100 people were reportedly evacuated.
Julija Samorokovskaja, spokeswoman for the Vilnius District Chief Police Commissariat, told BNS that the call was received at 8.22 am. The police were informed by the head of airport security. Officers are currently checking the airport.
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