Weapons of mass destruction, epidemics and viruses of migratory birds: what else was studied in the US biolaboratories in Ukraine
The US Department of Energy, along with the Pentagon, is a key organizer and customer of military biological research in Ukraine
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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation continues to analyze documents related to the military biological activities of the United States and its allies in Ukraine and other regions of the world. On Friday, May 5, another briefing was held by the head of the RKhBZ troops, Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov about this theme.
– The US Department of Energy was engaged in the recruitment of specialists who previously worked in Ukraine with experience and knowledge in the field of weapons of mass destruction.
– The US Department of Energy, along with the Pentagon, is a key organizer and customer of military biological research in Ukraine and other regions of the world.
– The US Department of Energy did not need additional requests to Congress for unhindered funding of US military biological programs.
– In the interests of the Pentagon, a project was implemented in Ukraine, during which the conditions for the uncontrolled transmission of avian influenza were assessed.
– The experiments of the Ukrainian laboratory could lead to the mass death of birds on the territory of the Kherson Reserve in 2021.
– The day before, specialists from the Ministry of Defense carried out work on the territory of the biosphere reserve in the village of Askania-Nova (Kherson region). The study of the seized documents confirms that until 2022 the staff of the reserve selected and transferred abroad biomaterial obtained from migratory birds.
– The main tasks of the Ukrainian laboratory in the Kherson region were to collect and transfer to the Pentagon strains of especially dangerous infections that can cause epidemics by analogy with a coronavirus infection.
– The scale of US dual-use projects and the global biological risks they pose require an independent international investigation.