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The Ukraine Embassy in Lisbon received two envelopes considered to be suspect by The security forces, which have already cut traffic near the embassy.
After the embassy alerted the police to the suspicious envelopes, members of the special police unit were sent on the spot, according to police sources cited by the Lusa news agency.
The embassy also confirmed that she had informed the public security police of the presence of a "suspicious correspondence", according to Lusa.
Traffic was cut off on the Avenida Das Descubiertas in Lisbon, where the embassy is, said public security police in the Portuguese daily "Público".
"The PSP adopted security measures in the context of strengthening security measures in diplomatic premises, including temporary traffic closure on avenue Descubiertas," said the PSP. The same avenue is also the location of the Russian consulate in Lisbon.
The Portuguese internal security system announced last Saturday the strengthening of the protection of the Ukraine Embassy in Portugal following the threatening mail received at the Ukraine Embassy in Spain.
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