Kyiv police have decided to tighten security in the city's metro due to twin bombings that rocked the Moscow metro on Monday morning, the head of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry's media liaisons office in Kyiv, Volodymyr Polishchuk, said, UKRINFORM reported.

He said that security would be tightened, first of all, at metro stations with large passenger flows and at interchange stations.

"As a rule, the SBU [Security Service of Ukraine] is involved in issues of preventing terrorism. However, the leadership of the Kyiv police, without waiting for special orders and collegiums, have decided to strengthen the protection of subway stations," he said.

Twin blasts rocked the Lubyanka and Park Kultury metro stations in Moscow on Monday morning. According to preliminary reports, terrorist attacks were committed by female suicide bombers. The death toll reached 38 people, whereas 64 were injured in the bombings.

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