Police have refuted media reports about anti-terrorist operation in Moscow

© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye in foobarcontroller law enforcement agencies in Moscow. Archival photoPolice have refuted media reports about anti-terrorist operation in Moscow© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye the image Bank

Moscow police on Wednesday denied media reports about the alleged ongoing in the capital of the antiterrorist operation.

«This information is untrue», — said in the press release of the MIA of the Russian Federation.

A similar denial on the eve of distributing the St. Petersburg police.

As reported RIA Novosti, in turn, the representative of the press service of the capital cupola MIA, earlier in mass media appeared the information allegedly carried out by the bodies of internal Affairs investigative activities in connection with the threat of a terrorist attack.

«The main administration of the MIA of Russia in Moscow reports that such information is untrue», — said the Agency interlocutor.

In addition, the police appealed to the media asking them not to support the dissemination of false information. «We consider it necessary to contact media representatives are kindly asked not to support the dissemination of false information, and as a reminder to check the incoming information before publication,» — said the representative of the Ministry of internal Affairs.

In the event of the competent authorities of any reliable information relevant to the safety of residents and guests of the capital, it will be immediately distributed through official channels, said the head of Ministry of internal Affairs.

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