UEFA 2018: ISIL terrorist attack made up to intimidate people

UEFA 2018: ISIL terrorist attack made up to intimidate people

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The risk of ISIL terrorist attack in Kyiv during Champions League final in Kyiv was made up to intimidate people, as Olena Hytlanska, SBU Spokesperson, wrote on Facebook.
“Indeed, a message on the behalf of ISIL, a terrorist organization, emerged in one of the social networks about allegedly planned terrorist attacks in Kyiv on May 26 during UEFA Champions League final,” she wrote.
According to Hytlanska, the message was being posted from the accounts not related to ISIL.

“Therefore, we believe that the informational “spread” was made to intimidate people and spread panic among the residents and guests of Ukraine’s capital,” she stressed.
As mass media reported, the ISIL leaders have allegedly called the terrorist for attacking the football fans in Ukraine’s capital using cold arms or motor transport in their private groups in Telegram.

As it was reported earlier, Champions League final is to be held in the Ukrainian capital on May 26. Real Madrid and English Liverpool will meet at the Olympic National Sports Complex. Residential rent in Kyiv has gone up during the time of the big game. Prices might be a few couples of euros per night. Besides, there are cases when owners, who rented out housing couple of months ago for a regular price refuse the tenants and put their housing for rent for a higher price.
Traffic on many central roads will be restricted or banned due to the preparations to men’s and women’s Champions League finals.

Earlier, it was reported that Ukraine’s Government instructed the law enforcers to increase the level of activities on defining the potential threat of terrorist attacks in Kyiv and Kyiv region on May 18-28. It was noted that Ukraine expects around 50,000 fans during the Champions League final.
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