After multiple explosions were reported in Transnistria, an unrecognized breakaway state from Moldova, the Moldovan President Maia Sandu convened an emergency meeting of Moldova’s Supreme Security Council to assess the next steps that their country was going to take.

The explosions, which happened at around 6 pm local time, were reportedly aimed toward Soviet-era radio masts in the breakaway region. The leadership in Transnistria stated that two Russian radio antennas were damaged in the attacks. Blasts also reportedly hit its Ministry of State Security building in Tiraspol, and the culprit was a rocket-propelled grenade launcher. According to Transnistria’s Interior Ministry, the blast had blown out the windows of the building, and that smoke was coming out of the building. Nobody was reported hurt or killed during the attacks on April 25th and 26th, and nobody claimed responsibility for the attacks. This building is also believed to be the base of the Russian internal security service the FSB.

Transnistria's State Security Building after the attack (Liveuamap). Source:
Transnistria’s State Security Building after the attack (Liveuamap/Twitter)

A third incident was reported, with a military unit in Parcani being allegedly attacked.