Russians Call for UN Security Council Meeting Over Pentagon-Funded Ukraine Biolabs That Involved ‘Coronavirus’ Research

Russia has requested a meeting of the UN Security Council over purported U.S. military-biological activities in Ukraine.

Igor Kirillov of the Russian Defense Ministry, and head of the Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Protection of Troops, presented alleged evidence regarding the Pentagon-funded “Biological Threat Reduction” program in Ukraine.

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“We’ve discovered details about Project UP-4, implemented with involvement of laboratories in Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa, and planned for period until 2020. The project’s goal was to research a potential of spread of particularly dangerous infections via migrating birds, including the highly pathogenic H5N1 flu, whose lethality for humans can reach 50%, as well as Newcastle disease,” Kirillov said.

Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, reported on the Russians’ request.

“Russian Mission asked for a meeting of Security Council for 11 March to discuss the military biological activities of the US on the territory of Ukraine,” Polyansky tweeted.

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