In the morning on Monday, at the port quay in Gdynia, near the Emigration Museum, an unexploded bomb, which probably dates from the Second World War, will be neutralized.
According to the press office of the Gdynia City Hall, due to the parameters of the find, the commander of the engineer patrol decided that the buildings of the Gdynia Harbor Master’s Office and the Emigration Museum would be evacuated during the Monday action. Moreover, the French Quay will be excluded from operating activities, and the ships mooring there will be removed.
The unexploded explosion probably dates back to the Second World War
The neutralization of the explosive is scheduled between 7.30 and 9.30 am. The action will be carried out by the Polish Navy.
The unexploded explosion, which probably dates from the Second World War, was discovered by sappers on Thursday.
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