It seems America has been conducting biological warfare research, under direct management by the Pentagon, in Ukraine. So it is even more evidence that Russia has valid reasons for being concerned about Western meddling in Ukraine! According to a senior Department of Defense official, the US has spent $200 million on these labs in Ukraine and has been funding them since as early as 2005. Were these labs developing bioweapons?
It seems, according to emails taken from his laptop, President Biden’s infamous son Hunter was involved in securing funding for these bio labs.
Russia continues to study evidence on Ukrainian-U.S. military bio-labs
More than 30 such labs implemented biological warfare programs in full cooperation with the United States and its NATO allies on the territory of Ukraine. A secret project aimed at studying the ways bats can transmit diseases to humans has been carried out under the direct supervision of U.S. specialists’ control and on a systematic basis at the joint bio-lab in Kharkov, Ukraine, for many years. Even the U.S. Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland admitted in the Senate March 8th that such labs do exist.
As part of the project, the Kharkiv State Veterinary Academy studied 145 wild birds as vectors for the transmission of highly pathogenic avian influenza. The conditions were assessed under which the transfer can become unmanageable, cause economic damage, and create food security risks.
The Russian Ministry of Defence also named names, revealing that Joanna Wintrol, the U.S. Defence Threat Reduction Agency’s liaison officer at the US Embassy in Kiev, has been serving as one of the program’s curators.
Commenting on a trove of papers released in a presentation held March 17th, Russian Radiological, Chemical and Biological (RCB) Defence Troops chief Lt-Gen Igor Kirillov pointed to a document dated 6 March 2015 which he said confirmed that components of biological weapons were being created in Ukraine with direct U.S. involvement and financing.
“An analysis of the information received suggests that Ukrainian specialists have not been made aware of the potential risks involved in the transfer of bio-materials, and that they are essentially being used and kept in the dark, and have no real idea about the true goals of the ongoing research,” Kirillov said at a briefing in Moscow on March 17th.
He suggested that it was no coincidence that these bio-laboratories were chosen by the DTRA and its contractor Black & Veatch to execute Project UP-8, directed at the study of pathogens of Crimean Congo hemorrhagic fever, leptospirosis and hantaviruses, given that these pathogens have natural foci in both Ukraine and Russia. Their use can be disguised as the natural outbreak of diseases. This is why this particular project received additional funding, and the deadlines for its implementation were extended, Kirillov said.
Ukrainian bio-labs were also the main executor of Project P-782, conducting research into the transmission of diseases through bats. A Russian RCB Troops analysis of documents in this area has shown that Pentagon research in this area has been going on since at least 2009 under the direct supervision of U.S. specialists, and that work in this area was undertaken in sub-projects P-382, P-444 and P-568.
The documents showed that the Pentagon planned to expand its military bio-research program in Ukraine to neighboring countries, and a research into the spread of pathogens by bats in joint U.S labs in Ukraine and the Lugar Lab in the Republic of Georgia began in October 2019, on the eve of the start of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Russia continues to receive information about attempts to destroy bio-materials and documentation in Ukraine’s bio-labs. During such liquidation activities at the Laboratory of Veterinary Medicine in the settlement of Khlebodarskoye, Odessa region, Ukrainian nationals working at the lab were not even allowed in the building. This laboratory cooperates with the Mechnikov Anti-Plague Research Institute in Odessa, which conducted research on plague, anthrax, cholera, tularemia and arboviruses.
Russian MoD will present in the near future new documents on the export of a large amount of human biomaterials from Ukraine to the UK and other European countries.Dr. Vladimir Kozin, Member, Russian Academy of Military Sciences; Member, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences; Vice President, Russian National Institute for Global Security Research
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