US Planned to Use Migratory Birds to Infect Russia
March 10, 2022
In addition, the R-781 project is interesting, where bats are considered as carriers of potential biological weapons agents. Among the identified priorities is the study of bacterial and viral pathogens that can be transmitted from bats to humans: pathogens of plague, leptospirosis, brucellosis, as well as coronaviruses and filoviruses.
The research was carried out in close proximity to the borders of Russia - the areas of the Black Sea coast and the Caucasus. The project is being implemented with the involvement of not only Ukrainian laboratories, but also Georgian laboratories controlled by the Pentagon, in cooperation with the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and the US Geopolitical Service.
In addition, the materials studied contain proposals to expand the US military biological program on the territory of Ukraine. Thus, there was evidence of the continuation of the completed biological projects UP-2, UP-9, UP-10, aimed at studying the pathogens of anthrax and African swine fever.
The Pentagon is also interested in insect vectors capable of spreading dangerous infectious diseases. The analysis of the obtained materials confirms the fact that more than 140 containers with ectoparasites of bats - fleas and ticks - were transferred abroad from the biolab in Kharkiv. It is characteristic that similar studies were conducted in the 40s of the last century when creating components of biological weapons by the Japanese detachment 731, whose members subsequently fled to the United States from prosecution for war crimes.
I would like to remind you that representatives of Western States are extremely cautious about the transfer of their bio-materials. At the same time, the available documents confirm numerous cases of transfer of biological samples of Ukrainian citizens abroad. Thus, 350 cryo-containers with blood serum samples were transferred from the Public Health Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine to the Reference Laboratory of Infectious Diseases of the Australian Doherty Institute under the pretext of determining antibody titers.
Another example is the German-funded project No. 68727 EN on the study of pathogens of Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever and hantaviruses. Within its framework, a thousand samples of blood serum from citizens from different regions of Ukraine belonging exclusively to the Slavic ethnic group were transferred to the Bernard Nocht Institute of Tropical Medicine (Hamburg).
With a high degree of probability, it can be said that one of the tasks of the United States and its allies is to create bio-agents capable of selectively infecting various ethnic groups of the population. During the hearings held on March 8 in the US Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland reported on the presence of bio-facilities in Ukraine where research in the field of biosafety was conducted. She expressed concern about the possibility of transferring these laboratories and the materials there under the control of the Russian Armed Forces.