Local Ukrainian press released in January reporting that US-affiliated bio labs in Ukraine/Georgia were conducting experiments on Georgian and Ukrainian soldiers.
You can read the reporting by Strana.ua below. The paper is Ukrainian-owned and based and tends to report against he narrative of the Zelenskiy government, and is widely reposted.
Experiments on soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. What’s New Became Known About American Biological Laboratories in Ukraine
Bulgarian investigative journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva published new data on work in Ukraine, Georgia and other states [regarding] American biolaboratories.
It is said that work is underway at their base to test various kinds of viruses on Ukrainian and Georgian soldiers.
The existence of US biological laboratories on the territory of Ukraine was previously recognized by the Americans themselves. They appeared under President Kuchma, then closed under Yanukovych, and after the Maidan they started working again.
“Strana” tells what new has become known on this topic.
Experiments on 4400 soldiers in Ukraine:
“While the US plans to increase its military presence in Eastern Europe to ‘protect its allies from Russia’, internal documents show what US ‘protection’ means in practice,” writes on its website. Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, [is] a well-known Bulgarian journalist who has already raised this topic.
Its material indicates that the Pentagon conducted biological experiments on 4,400 soldiers in Ukraine and 1,000 in Georgia.
The US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), writes Gaytandzhiyeva, has funded a project involving soldiers in Ukraine, codenamed UP-8: “Spread of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) and hantaviruses in Ukraine and the potential need for differential diagnosis in patients with suspicion of leptospirosis.
The project started in 2017 and was extended several times until 2020, as evidenced by internal documents.
According to the description, blood samples will be taken from 4,400 healthy military personnel in Lvov, Kharkiv, Odessa and Kyiv. 4,000 of these samples will be tested for hantavirus antibodies and 400 of them for antibodies to Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) virus.
However, “the results of the blood test will not be provided to study participants.”
There is no information on what other procedures will be followed, except that “serious incidents, including fatalities, must be reported within 24 hours. All deaths of study participants that are suspected or related to research procedures must be brought to the attention of bioethics committees in the United States and Ukraine.”
She also publishes documents in Ukrainian about these studies.
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