Home World News Suspicious packages sent to multiple embassies in Melbourne

Suspicious packages sent to multiple embassies in Melbourne

- Advertisement -

Emergency response teams have been deployed across several foreign consulates in Melbourne.

Foreign diplomatic offices of countries like Germany, Korea, Italy, India and Spain are among the affected and are currently being attended by the emergency response teams.

A report from the Australia Federal Police indicate that the suspicious packages are being examined and their circumstances being investigated.

- Advertisement -

Two trucks, a hazardous material vehicle and police cars attended to the India consulate as staff waited outside. The staffs were instructed not to comment to any press.

Officials from the British High Commission said that they are working closely with the federal police and local authorities.

India, USA, Swiss, British and the Germany consulates believe they were being targeted from the suspicious packages.

Greek, Pakistan and Egypt consulates are also said to be in lock down following the security threat.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

62-year-old ex-convict sentenced to 35-years in jail

Loitoktok Law courts has on Wednesday sentenced a 62-year-old robbery with violence suspect to 35-years in jail.Joyce Wairimu...

Kenyan plane crashes at Dhobley airstrip in Somalia

A Kenyan plane crash landed in Dhobley airstrip in Somalia on Monday as it attempted to take off to Nairobi.

Senate adjourns motion on proposed revenue sharing

The Senate of Kenya has for the 7th time adjourned the motion on the proposed revenue sharing formula.Approving...

Kenya coronavirus cases rise by 605, deaths by 6

Kenya has on Tuesday confirmed 605 new coronavirus rising the confirmed number of cases to 23,202.The new cases...