Police reminds journalists of responsibility for the spread of panic

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A spokesman Alexander Lastouski Minsk police official warned the media against the spread of panic.

"This is highly immoral, highly illegal — haunt the people after yesterday's events with some silly rumors to cause public panic — commented A.Lastovsky rumors of another explosion, which allegedly took place in Minsk on April 12. — Ministry Interior authorized me to make the most stark warning to those who come up with the rumors and those who distribute them. "

Alexander Lastouski left on a Moscow bus station to personally verify the rumors that have appeared on the Internet. "Everything must be on the limit of these rumors come off the police work, paralyzed everything," — he explained.

A spokesman for police warned journalists on criminal liability for disseminating false information.

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