A mysterious communication ignites the atmosphere of Europe…and the truth is in Greece

Politics A mysterious report ignites the atmosphere of Europe.. and the truth is in Greece Updated Sunday 1/22/2023 11:43 PM Abu Dhabi time Two Greek F-16 fighters received an escort of a Ryanair plane from two Hungarian fighters, as soon as it entered Greece’s airspace. The flight that sparked terror in European airspace was on a flight between Poland and Greece with 190 people on board, but during its flight its captain received a notification that there was a bomb on board. And Greek officials announced that two warplanes escorted the plane that took off from Katowice heading to Athens when it entered Greek airspace from North Macedonia, according to what the source told AFP. The sources added that the Boeing 737 was accompanied earlier by two Hungarian fighters. The plane then landed in a secluded location on the runway of Athens International Airport just before 16:00 GMT, two and a half hours late. Greek police spokeswoman Constantia Demogledou said, “The passengers have been disembarked and are being searched.” “There were 190 people on board, including the crew. The plane will be searched after the passengers,” she added. As the plane approached Athens, it was diverted over the sea as a precaution. It was not immediately known who announced the presence of a bomb on board. And the spokeswoman added that “the captain of the plane informed the control tower in Athens of the presence of a bomb, but we do not know where he received this information from.” For her part, Athens airport spokeswoman Elena Dempollo said, “All passengers are fine and safe,” and pointed out that special units of the Greek police searched the plane and the luggage. Later, the Greek police announced that they had not found explosives on board the “Rain Air” plane. Police said in a statement that “no suspicious object was found” after searching the passengers and the plane.

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