2021-10-25

The Chinese Embassy in Uganda issued a security reminder after an explosion in the Ugandan capital

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On the evening of October 23 local time, an explosion occurred in a restaurant in kavenpe area on the outskirts of Kampala, Uganda, killing one person and injuring three

The Chinese Embassy in Uganda issued a security reminder after an explosion in the Ugandan capital

△ Ugandan President Museveni condemned this on social media

Ugandan President Museveni condemned this on social media on the 24th local time, emphasizing that Uganda will crack down on all criminal activities, Call on the people not to panic. Ukrainian police said in a statement on the same day that the explosion was a “long planned domestic terrorist act”. During the incident, three people disguised as diners went to the restaurant to order and left a package containing explosive devices. Then they left and detonated the explosive devices. The statement said that at present, the Ukrainian police are chasing the suspects and require the Ukrainian people to be highly vigilant against the surrounding environment and suspicious personnel. The statement also said that the British and French governments had indeed issued terrorist warnings before, but did not provide relevant specific information. The relevant media should not hype the matter, let alone accuse the Ukrainian police

in view of the above, the Chinese Embassy in Uganda once again reminded overseas Chinese and Chinese funded institutions in Ukraine:

(I) continue to pay close attention to the security situation in Ukraine, maintain high vigilance, minimize unnecessary going out and gathering, and strictly prevent public security risks

(II) enhance safety prevention and risk awareness, pay attention to strengthening the safety prevention of the company and the site, check the fence power grid, camera and alarm system, and ensure the normal operation of relevant security measures. Timely check hidden dangers, strengthen the security background inspection and prevention of mail items and newly hired personnel, and plug security loopholes. Make all kinds of emergency preparations in advance, properly keep valuables, reduce the use of large amounts of cash, and avoid “revealing wealth” and going out at night

(III) in case of doubt or emergency, please call the police in time and contact the embassy. (head office reporter Ma Peimin)