More and more evidence of Ukraine’s crimes continue to be revealed by the Russian Ministry of Defense that studies the documents and materials found on the territory of Ukraine. This time, the documents are revealed that fully confirm Pentagon’s connection to biological experiments in Ukraine.
During the special operation in Ukraine, it was established that US scientists from a laboratory in Merefa (Kharkov Region) were testing potentially dangerous biological drugs on patients of the regional clinical psychiatric hospital No 3 in Kharkov between 2019 and 2021, Russia’s Defense Ministry reports.
Persons with mental disorders were selected for the experiments on the basis of their age, nationality, and immune status. The information was not entered into the hospital database, and the staff of the medical institution signed a non-disclosure agreement.
In January 2022, the laboratory in Merefa was shut down and all equipment and medication were moved to western Ukraine. There are a number of witnesses to these inhuman experiments, whose names we cannot disclose for the sake of their safety.
The Science and Technology Center in Ukraine (STCU) is headquartered in Kiev and has regional offices in Baku (Azerbaijan), Chisinau (Moldova), and Tbilisi (Georgia), as well as in Kharkov and Lvov.
The Russian Ministry of Defense’s Chemical and Biological Threat Expertise Center found that the STCU’s main activity is to act as a distribution center for grants for research of interest to the Pentagon, including biological weapons research. In recent years alone, Washington has spent more than $350 million on STCU projects.
The U.S. customers and sponsors of STCU are the Department of State and the Department of Defense. Funding is also provided through the Environmental Protection Agency, the US Departments of Agriculture, Health and Energy.
The post of the STCU executive director is held by Bjelajac Curtis Michael, a US citizen. Born August 27, 1968, in Huntington Beach, California. He has worked in Ukraine since 1994. The EU chairman of the STCU board is Maier Eddie Arthur, the US chairman is Phil Dolliff, who is the State Department’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Security and WMD Nonproliferation Programs.
The slide shows a formal recommendation from the US State Department endorsing the STCU’s cooperation with the Pentagon’s main contractor, Black & Veach. The correspondence expresses the willingness of Matthew Webber, the company’s vice president, to work with the STCU on ongoing military-biological research in Ukraine.
Moreover, recently, Russia confirmed its statements given earlier about Ukraine’s drones delivered from the USA. Russia’s MoD warned before that the drones could pose a threat to both Donbass and the Russian Federation, as they could be used for spreading poisonous substances. The same drones were found on April 13 in the Kherson region of Ukraine.
More documents with proofs can be found here.
Source: Russia’s Mod Telegram-Channel