Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport

Russia’s Ministry of Defense has alleged that the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is violating the Biological Weapons Convention by developing offensive bioweapons in Ukraine. Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, Russia’s Chief of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection Troops, presented evidence that the DoD’s U.S. Army Research Institute for Infectious Diseases is engaged in “dual-use” research aimed at creating offensive bioweapons in Ukraine. The research involves collecting dangerous pathogens worldwide, testing unregistered drugs, and executing dual-use programs ordered by the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency.

Kirillov pointed out that this violates Articles I and IV of the Biological Weapons Convention, which prohibits the development, production, stockpiling, acquisition, and retention of biological weapons. The report also indicated that the U.S. government’s bioweapon pipeline allegedly involves prominent Democratic Party members such as Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and George Soros. These figures are said to have directed funds through organizations like the Clinton Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation to support Biolabs in Ukraine.

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The alleged bioweapons data from these labs reportedly flows to pharmaceutical companies for vaccine research and development, creating a profit cycle that supports Democratic Party interests. Kirillov highlighted the U.S. government’s preparation for the COVID-19 pandemic through initiatives like Event 201 and the Office of Pandemic Preparedness and Response Policy. He suggested that these actions indicate a strategic plan to establish global biological control.

Kirillov concluded that the development of the pandemic, along with projects by the EcoHealth Alliance, raises questions about the intentional nature of COVID-19 and potential U.S. involvement. He also raised concerns that the U.S. could use defensive technologies for offensive purposes and global governance by creating biological crises. The accusations from Russia’s Ministry of Defense underscore rising tensions between the two nations and their differing narratives regarding bioweapon development. However, these allegations remain disputed and are part of the broader geopolitical landscape.