The UAE Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – An explosion at a visa processing centre of the UAE Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh was due to a mechanical fault, according to a statement on Thursday (January 14).
The explosion happened on Wednesday.
The embassy added that initial investigation of the incident indicate that mechanical problems caused the blast during a routine maintenance of the centre’s air conditioning system.
The embassy said that it is working with local authorities in further investigations to determine the exact cause of the explosion. ICA/Expat Media
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