Moving company says no one tampered with safe during transport

The company which moved the late Palestinian ambassador’s possessions to his new Prague residence, including a safe that exploded and killed the ambassador the next day, rules out that the safe could have been opened or tampered with during transport. The head of the company Martin Souska said the safe had been sealed in the course of the transport and the late ambassador himself had accepted the delivery and had given instructions on where it should be placed. The police questioned the moving company’s employees after the late ambassador’s daughter Rana claimed that her father had been the victim of a terrorist attack and the explosives placed in the safe must have been put there shortly before it was moved to the ambassador’s new residence.