The Russian Defence Ministry, announced that the biological research facilities that are funded by the U.S – recently admitted to by US Authorities – are being used to conduct experiments on coronavirus samples from bats.
Chief spokesman for the Ministry of Defence Major General Igor Konashenkov said:
“According to the documents, the American side planned to conduct work on pathogens of birds, bats, and reptiles in Ukraine in 2022, with a further transition to studying the possibility of carrying African swine fever and anthrax.”
The facilities were also studying how to possibly spread viruses through wild birds that migrate between Ukraine, Russia and other European countries.
In addition, the facilities were studying the possible spread of pathogens via wild birds, migrating between Russia, Ukraine, and other countries in the region.
“The purpose of this – and other Pentagon-funded biological research in Ukraine, was to create a mechanism for the covert spread of deadly pathogens”, he added.
Konashenkov said that the Russian Defence Ministry will soon be publishing documents from staff working at the Ukrainian bio labs.
Russian armed forces discovered around 30 biological compounds in Ukraine and according to Igor Kirillov, the head of radiation, chemical and biological defense, it’s possible that these labs were involved in the production of biological weapons.
The United States has poured more than $200 million into these bio labs in Ukraine and the Ukrainian Defence Ministry were willing participants in the US military program, which was dubbed “fake news” by US officials.
As reported by Fox News:
“The Russian narrative that they’ve put out there that the United States is somehow running or facilitating, you know, biological weapons labs in Ukraine and that these labs are going to pose a threat to the – this is of a piece of the Russian playbook here: claim they’re the victims, create a false narrative to try to justify their own aggressive actions,” the U.S. defense official said Wednesday. “It is absurd. It is laughable. It is untrue.”
The defense official’s rejection of the Russian narrative came after Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday that Ukraine does have labs, and that the U.S. was helping them keep Russia from taking them over.
“Ukraine has biological research facilities which in fact we are quite concerned Russian troops, Russian forces, may be seeking to gain control of, so we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach,” Nuland said.
Nuland said this in response to a question from Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., about whether Ukraine had chemical or biological weapons.
Nuland said that if there is any biological or chemical attack in Ukraine, “there is no doubt in my mind” that it would be carried out by Russia, and that it is “classic Russian technique to blame on the other guy what they’re planning to do themselves.”
Actually, it’s a Saul Alinsky tactic and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are two prominent players who follow this philosophy and it seems that Biden appointed “officials” are following too.
Unsurprisingly, Russia has had concerns about such research labs for years now and they’re not just in the Ukraine. Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia and Georgia, have all had US funded biolabs established in their countries.