We recently reported on the Russian military’s announcement that they have evidence of U.S. funded bioweapon labs in Ukraine.
Theories abound as to whether or not the evidence they presented is authentic or feigned, but we do know that U.S. funded bioweapon threat reduction laboratories were alive and well in Ukraine…
We know about the existence of these facilities through this 2005 article from The Washington Post:
The United States and Ukraine agreed yesterday to work jointly to prevent the spread of biological weapons, signing a pact that clears the way for Ukraine’s government to receive U.S. aid to improve security at facilities where dangerous microbes are kept.
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The agreement, the result of more than a year of negotiations, was announced by Sens. Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) and Barack Obama (D-Ill.) during a visit to the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. The senators credited Ukraine’s reformist leaders, ushered into power by last fall’s Orange Revolution, with breaking bureaucratic resistance to the pact.
In the wake of the Russian Ministry of Defense’s allegations, the U.S. embassy in Ukraine has reportedly rushed to sanitize documents relating to these operations.
Here are the most current updates alleging that these facilities do in fact exist, and continue to be covered up:
Why is the U.S. embassy in Ukraine reportedly trying to sanitize these documents relating to U.S. funded biological weapons labs in that country? #UkraineRussianWar #UkraineWar #BioWeapon https://t.co/ERpEKJpiFz
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) March 8, 2022
I wonder what this is all about 👀🤔 U.S. Embassy removed all Ukraine bioweapon lab documents from websitehttps://t.co/ixtr9l3jZB
— Known Associate🇺🇲⚔ (@AudreysAmerica) February 26, 2022
1 Day After Reporting On US Biolabs In Ukraine, US Embassy Scrubs All Ukraine Bioweapon Lab Docs From Website (Video) | U. S. Politics | Before It's News https://t.co/LxXVs4jKh8
— juan c penhos (@penhos_c) March 2, 2022
Trending Politics reports:
There is no strong evidence of U.S. funded “bioweapons” research in Ukraine. Therefore, there is a strong possibility that this is Russian disinformation. But the U.S. embassy in Ukraine lists biological “threat reduction” laboratories, similar to the ones the U.S. funded in Wuhan. The readers can draw their own conclusions.