The United States (USA) has acknowledged that Ukraine has a biological weapons lab
The United States has acknowledged that Ukraine has a biological weapons lab
The United States has acknowledged that Ukraine has a number of biological weapons research facilities, and has expressed concern about the Russian occupation of those facilities, as the Russian military is rapidly advancing military action against Ukraine. And the United States is afraid that the secrets of these labs will be uncovered.
Russia has released documents calling on the United States to immediately destroy documents relating to the Pentagon-funded biological weapons program in Ukraine. US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland has expressed concern over Russia’s move during a Senate hearing.
Nuland said: “Ukraine has biological weapons research facilities, which we are concerned about the Russian military’s attempts to gain control of, so we are working with Ukraine to prevent these research items from falling into the hands of Russian forces.” Are cooperating with “
Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry said it had found evidence of a US-funded bio-lab in Ukraine and that samples of deadly pathogens had been destroyed in the lab as soon as the military operation began.
Russia’s Defense Ministry says it has been overseeing the Pentagon-funded biological weapons program in the breakaway countries of the Soviet Union. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, a network of more than 30 biological weapons labs has been set up in Ukraine.
Documents from the Ukrainian Biological Research Lab found on February 24 stating the immediate destruction of deadly pathogens, including anthrax, cholera and plague, which may be an attempt to cover up BTWC violations.
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said the military was reviewing the documents, adding that since Russia launched its operation against Ukraine, the Pentagon has had difficulty continuing its covert biological experiments. Is facing. He said components of biological weapons were being developed at Ukrainian installations, about which the Russian Ministry of Defense would issue its report in the near future.