According to Deutche Welle, one of the USAID employees in September felt symptoms similar to those experienced by employees of the US embassy in Havana. After that, he and his wife left Uzbekistan.
Immediately, two sources of the American TV channel claim that Russia was involved in the incident in Tashkent and admitted the presence of a “Russian trace” in “acoustic attacks” in Cuba.
Meanwhile, the State Department denied the information about the very fact of the incident, saying that none of the embassy staff experienced an impact similar to the Cuban one.
Earlier, the United States reduced the staff of the embassy in Cuba due to the so-called acoustic attacks.
Cuban investigators said that “acoustic attacks”, which resulted in allegedly injuring more than 20 American diplomats in Havana, could have been the chatter of crickets or cicadas.
The version of Cuban experts that the cause of headaches and sleep loss from diplomats from the United States could be singing cicadas, looks convincing, reported in the Russian Entomological Society, reports "The View"