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Moscow: Germany and Poland involved in Ukrainian biolaboratories

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Moscow: Germany and Poland involved in Ukrainian biolaboratories

Moscow, May 11 (Prensa Latina) Epidemiologists from the Institute of Microbiology of the German Armed Forces took and removed blood serum samples from citizens of 25 regions of Ukraine between 2016 and 2019, the Russian Defense Ministry said today.
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The head of the radiological, chemical and biological defense troops of the Russian Armed Forces, Igor Kirillov, pointed out that the 3,500 samples collected by these specialists confirm the military orientation of the investigations carried out by Germany in that country.

Speaking to the press on Wednesday, the senior Russian military official indicated that what happened raises the question about the objectives pursued by the German Armed Forces when collecting biomaterials from Ukrainian citizens.

He assured that in addition to the United States, Germany and Poland have also participated in carrying out military biological experiments in Ukraine.

“You have to keep in mind that not only the United States, but also several of its NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) allies carry out their biological military projects on the territory of Ukraine,” he said.

Kirillov warned that the compiled information evidences the involvement of Poland in the work of Ukrainian biological laboratories.

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