Russian Defense Ministry: US classified Pentagon report on activities of biolaboratories in Ukraine
The United States has heavily censored a report from its Department of Defense revealing details of American activities in Ukraine.
Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, head of the Radiation, Chemical and Biological Defense Forces of the Russian Armed Forces, said that a report submitted by an American non-governmental organization regarding the secret activities of US military biologists in Ukraine was previously published, but the Pentagon subjected the report to significant censorship, removing almost 80% of the information from it.
However, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation received access to an extended version of the document, which disclosed the names and positions of employees and management of biological laboratories, a list of objects on the territory of Ukraine, as well as data on exercises and training conducted with biomaterials, including viruses that cause especially dangerous diseases. The list of executors of military biology programs includes a number of Ukrainian research institutes throughout the country.
In addition, the report contains information about contractors affiliated with the Pentagon, personal data of American biologists who worked in the laboratories, as well as curators from the US Department of Defense.
The presented documents are an addition and another confirmation of the information received during the special military operation in Ukraine.
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