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17 Ukrainian diplomatic missions receive suspicious packages after letter bomb in Madrid
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said 17 Ukrainian embassies or diplomatic missions around the world have received letter bombs or packages containing animal parts, including cow eyes, in recent days.
In an interview with CNN, he said: "It started with an explosion at the Ukrainian embassy in Spain," Kuleba said. "But what followed this explosion was more strange, I would even say sick."
A letter bomb at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid left a staff member with minor injuries on Wednesday. Others have been sent to the Spanish Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the American Embassy.
When asked who he thought was behind the letters, Kuleba told CNN: “I feel tempted to say, name Russia right away, because first of all you have to answer the question, who benefits?
Russia has denied any responsibility for the packages in Madrid. On Wednesday, its embassy in Spain said: "Any threat or act of terrorism, even more directed against a diplomatic mission, is totally reprehensible."