Moscow, April 12 – A man in Northern Ireland found “operational instructions” on the street relating to a visit by US President Joe Biden Local police have opened an investigation into the “security breach” and its causes, Sky News reports.
Biden visits the UK and Ireland on April 11-14.
Bombs found in a cemetery before Biden’s visit in Northern Ireland
“We are aware of a security breach. An investigation has been launched and we have been notified to our Senior Information Risk Officer,” Northern Ireland Police said in a statement.
It is noteworthy that the document included details of the police deployment in central Belfast during the US President’s visit, including information about road closures and contact details for law enforcement officers. The channel said police only learned of the incident after the man who found the five-page document called the BBC’s Nolan Show early on Wednesday.
Police in Northern Ireland last week warned of the risk of terrorist attacks ahead of visits by US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. On Monday, protesters in the Northern Irish city of Londonderry threw several Molotov cocktails at a police car as part of an unscheduled demonstration to mark the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Belfast Agreement. On Tuesday, local police said they had found homemade bombs in a cemetery in the northern Irish city of Londonderry.
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