Russia has recently presented alleged evidence suggesting that the U.S. military is covertly involved in creating a dangerous new pandemic within Ukrainian biolabs. The evidence was released by Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, the Russian Chief of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection Troops of the Armed Forces.
The claims put forth by Kirillov suggest that the U.S. military is linked to Ukrainian biolabs, and this connection poses a potential threat to public safety. The accusations detail instances where the U.S. allegedly funded, provided technical expertise, and engaged in scientific activities associated with biological warfare components within Ukraine. These claims have raised concerns among Western allies and prompted discussions in international forums regarding compliance with the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.
According to the Russian Federation, documentation supports their assertions of U.S. involvement in studying infectious agents in Ukraine, testing pharmaceuticals on local populations, and exporting biological samples to the U.S. for potential use in offensive biological programs. Moreover, there are claims of intentional contamination of water and food sources with pathogenic agents by Ukrainian forces.
The evidence also cites the deliberate introduction of the African swine fever virus into a Ukrainian farm, resulting in the slaughter of thousands of pigs and aiming to create social tensions and threaten food security. Additionally, allegations indicate the purchase of chemical compounds that could potentially be used to produce toxic agents for provocative actions.
The Russian report points to various research projects conducted by U.S.-funded entities in Ukraine, highlighting coronavirus studies and the involvement of organizations such as the EcoHealth Alliance. It questions the origins of COVID-19, implying potential artificial manipulation due to specific genetic characteristics and the unpredictability of its spread.
The document also implies collusion between U.S. government agencies and pharmaceutical companies in preparing for the pandemic, suggesting ulterior motives behind the swift readiness of vaccine manufacturers. It calls attention to individuals like Anthony Fauci and Gina Haspel, implicating their roles in the investigation of COVID-19 origins and military-biological programs.
Furthermore, Russia proposes measures to strengthen the Biological Weapons Convention, including establishing legally binding protocols, expanding transparency in biological security research conducted beyond national borders, and deploying mobile biomedical units.
The claims made in the document are contentious and require thorough investigation and substantiation. They have generated considerable international concern and discussions about compliance with biological weapon-related conventions and international norms.