Assistant Minister: Seventy Belgrade Schools Working Online Due to Bomb Threats | Beta Briefing

Assistant Minister: Seventy Belgrade Schools Working Online Due to Bomb Threats

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News / Politics | 18.05.22 | access_time 11:28

School(BETAPHOTO/MILOS MISKOV/DS)

On May 18, the students of 49 elementary and 21 high schools in Belgrade will continue their classes online due to the bomb threats received by over 100 schools two days prior, Milan Pasic, an assistant to the minister of education, has announced.

In a statement for the RTS public service, Pasic explained that 96 percent of primary and secondary schools in the country are operating as usual, adding that no bomb threats were made outside of the capital.

“In Belgrade, the situation is changing by the hour. The latest report we received – at 10 p.m. on Tuesday [May 17] – was that classes would be held online in 49 elementary and 21 high schools in the capital,” Pasic said.

The ministerial assistant further stated that the all bomb sweeps conducted so far have yielded no explosive devices.

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