MADRID — An envelope containing bullets and a proclamation was found Thursday at Greece’s Embassy in Spain, just a day after an identical package was sent to the Greek consulate in Barcelona, Greek officials said.
Spanish authorities opened the letter and found a number of small calibre bullets and the proclamation, according to Greece’s Foreign ministry and Julia Livaditi, an embassy spokeswoman.
Livaditi would not say what the proclamation said, and Spain’s Interior Ministry and national police said no one was immediately available to comment.
Last month, letter bombs were sent to three embassies in Rome by Italian anarchists in solidarity with jailed Greek anarchists. A Greek anarchist group has claimed responsibility for a spate of parcel bombings at embassies in Athens in November.