A 51-year-old man has been charged by officers within the PSNI’s Terrorism Investigation Unit with a lot of firearm offences.
t is known the fees relate to an incident which focused Irish overseas minister Simon Coveney in a hoax bomb alert in March.
The man has been charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition in suspicious circumstances, possession of a prohibited firearm, possession of a handgun with out a certificates and possession of ammunition with out a certificates.
He is because of seem earlier than Laganside Magistrate Court on Monday, June 13.
As is common process all fees might be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.
It comes as main loyalist Winston Irvine (46) was remanded in custody after a listening to at Belfast Magistrates Court on Saturday, charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition in suspicious circumstances.
Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney needed to go away the peace occasion, organised by the John and Pat Hume Foundation, in north Belfast on March 25.
The Houben Centre within the Crumlin Road was evacuated and a funeral service at close by Holy Cross Church was additionally disrupted.
Police stated the driving force of a van was threatened by two gunmen and compelled to drive a tool, which he believed to be a reside bomb, to the church.
The merchandise within the van turned out to be a hoax bomb.
The man who has been charged is one among two arrested by police on Wednesday.
Two firearms have been additionally seized after operations within the Shankill space of Belfast and in Ballymena, Co Antrim.