Russia met with the UN Security Council on March 11 to talk about the Biolabs in Ukraine.
Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nunlad confessed that there are US-funded Biolabs in Ukraine in her US Senate testimony.
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The next day, the US talked about the biological weapons in Ukraine and asked the US government to explain their existence.
Dmitry Polyansky asked for a meeting with the UN Security Council to discuss the biological research that Russia discovered.
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RIA Novosti reported:
The Russian Ministry of Defense previously held a presentation showing that the US spent more than $200 million to operate biological laboratories in Ukraine that were part of the US military biological program. The Russian Federation, in connection with the facts of US military biological activities in Ukraine, does not exclude the launch of a consultation mechanism under the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons (BTWC), Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lizqian, commenting on information about US-funded biological laboratories in Ukraine, urged Washington to clarify their biological militarization activities at home and abroad.
US officials stated that Russia spreads disinformation to justify its invasion.
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Fox News reported.
“This is exactly the kind of false flag effort we have warned Russia might initiate to justify a biological or chemical weapons attack,” Olivia Dalton, a spokesperson for the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, told Fox News Digital Thursday. “Russia has a well-documented history of using chemical weapons and has long maintained a biological weapons program in violation of international law.”
Russia also has a track record of accusing Western allies of misconduct it’s conducting itself, she said.
“We’re not going to let Russia gaslight the world or use the UN Security Council as a venue for promoting their disinformation.,” she added.
Earlier Thursday, when asked what proof China had of the claims during his daily news briefing, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Ljian provided none but demanded the U.S. answer questions about the issue.
“What has the U.S. been doing at Fort Detrick and its 336 biological laboratories abroad?” he asked. “Do the activities conform to the stipulations of the [Biological and Toxin Weapons Conventions]?”
Fort Detrick is the home of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command in Maryland.
Earlier Thursday, U.S. Defense Department officials said that there were five biological research laboratories in Kyiv – focused on “diagnostics, therapeutics, treatments, prevention and vaccines” – and not on military or biological weapons research.
Later, Russia shared documents claiming that biological testing has happened in Ukraine near the border with Russia.