Russian Duma: US President must explain son's link to US bioactivity in Ukraine
After exposing US President's son's involvement in US bioactivity in Ukraine, Russia demands an explanation.
Russian State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said Thursday that US President Joe Biden must provide an explanation on his son Hunter's participation in biolaboratories in Ukraine.
On this matter, he said, "This is about US President Joe Biden [...] who knew about his son's funding research and executing a US military biological programme there."
Therefore, Volodin added, the US President "must provide an explanation now to the international community about the facts that were discovered during the Russian special military operation in Ukraine on bioactivity, and the US Congress must start its own investigation."
Russia MoD exposes Hunter Biden's relation with US bioactivity in Ukraine
Russia's Defense Ministry revealed Monday updates on US bioactivities in Ukraine. The Ministry pointed out that US President Joe Biden's son, Hunter, is involved in financing the infamous biolaboratories in Ukraine through his investment fund, Rosemont Seneca.
According to the Russians, the foundation is associated with Metabiota and Black & Veatch, which supply equipment to Pentagon biolabs around the world.
The information also mentioned that the Los Alamos National Laboratory is the scientific curator of America's program in Ukraine and also develops nuclear weapons as part of the Manhattan Project, which produced the US' first nuclear weapons during World War II.
US & allies took 16,000 bioassays from Ukraine
The Russian Ministry pointed out that the US trials tested drugs on Ukrainian soldiers (Scymount's Deep Drug screening system that has not been licensed in the US and Canada), as such activities are prohibited in the US, so they are carried out by the Pentagon abroad.
In addition, the Ministry revealed that the US and its allies laid their hands on at least 16,000 bioassays from Ukraine.
US funding for military biological work in Ukraine was $32 million
According to the Chief of the Radiation, Chemical and Biological Defense Forces of the Russian Armed Forces, Igor Kirillov, the entire amount of US support for military biological work carried out at Ukrainian Ministry of Defense facilities was $32 million.
The official presented a document dated March 6, 2015, confirming the Pentagon's direct participation in the financing of military biological projects in Ukraine, stating that, as is customary, US projects in the field of sanitary and epidemiological well-being in third countries, including Africa and Asia, are funded through national health authorities