Biden Regime Quietly Resumes Biolabs Program in Ukraine

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Biden regime resumes biolabs program in Ukraine

The Biden regime has quietly, deceitfully resumed its biolabs program in Ukraine, according to reports.

During a media briefing on Friday, the commander of Russia’s Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Forces, Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, declared that the Biden administration has resumed the Biolabs Program in Ukraine.

The US has quietly resumed its dangerous biolabs program in Ukraine and is focusing on the construction of top secret new facilities and the training of personnel, the Russian Defense Ministry has claimed.

Greatgameindia.com reports: A new trove of documents on alleged US-funded biological programs in Ukraine was presented by the commander of Russia’s Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defense Forces, Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, during a media briefing on Friday.

Kirillov cited the protocol from a meeting dated October 20, 2022, which was attended by representatives of the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and multiple Ukrainian officials, as well as figures from the Jacobs/CH2M engineering company. The meeting reportedly focused on the resumption of biological research in Ukraine, which was “paused” due to the hostilities between Moscow and Kiev. 

“Now, the project has been resumed with focus on renewal of legislative support, revision of training schedule, as well as conclusion and resumption of construction work,” the Ukrainian-language protocol stated, citing Jacobs/CH2M’s David Smith. 

The program was previously known as ‘Joint biological research’ but has been rebranded as ‘Biological control research’, the document indicated. It cited concerns over an alleged “Russian disinformation campaign” on the issue. 

According to the Financial Times, a Zelensky advisor has said that Ukraine is “ready to give up” Crimea.

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