The bomb threat reached 39 schools in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has been informed that explosive threats have been sent to the e-mail addresses of 21 secondary schools and 18 primary schools in Skopje around 10:00 today.
As confirmed by the Ministry of Interior, upon receiving the reports, the police teams took measures to evacuate the premises safely, anti-terrorism checks are continuing, and measures are being taken to liquidate cases.
– families respond
Families are worried about students’ classes being disrupted by bombing threats that have been sent to schools in North Macedonia for a few months.
Failing to find a solution to the long-term bomb threats, families reveal their concerns and reactions about their children’s education process through their social media accounts.
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