Posted by [US] on 3/11/2022 to Ukraine - Russia
Investigative Journalist from Bulgaria, Dilyana Gaytandzhieva (dilyana.bg) has been investigating Pentagon Biolabs in 25 countries around the world.
The Pentagon conducted biological experiments with lethal outcomes on 4,400 soldiers in Ukraine & 1,000 soldiers in Georgia. According to leaked documents, all volunteer deaths should be reported within 24 hours in Ukraine & 48 hours in Georgia.
Both countries are considered the most loyal US partners in the region with a number of Pentagon programs being implemented in their territory.
One of them is the $2.5 billion Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Biological engagement program which includes research on bioagents, deadly viruses & antibiotic-resistant bacteria being studied on the local population.
Soldiers’ blood samples were stored & further tested at the Lugar Center, a $180 million Pentagon-funded facility in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi.
The Lugar Center has become notorious in the last years for controversial activities, laboratory incidents and scandals surrounding the US drug giant GILEAD’S Hepatitis C program in Georgia which has resulted in at least 248 deaths of patients. The cause of death in the majority of cases has been listed as unknown, internal documents have shown.
The Georgian project GG-21 has been funded by DTRA and implemented by American military scientists from a special US Army unit code-named USAMRU-G who operate in the Lugar Center. They have been given diplomatic immunity in Georgia to research bacteria, viruses and toxins without being diplomats. This unit is subordinate to the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR).
Documents obtained from the US Federal contracts registry show that USAMRU-G is expanding activities to other US allies in the region & is “establishing expeditionary capabilities” in Georgia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Latvia & further locations. The next USAMRU-G project involving biological tests on soldiers is due to start in March of this year at the Bulgarian Military Hospital in Sofia.
DTRA has allocated $80 million for biological research in Ukraine as of 30 July 2020, according to information obtained from the US Federal contracts registry. Tasked with the program is the US company Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp.
Another DTRA contractor operating in Ukraine is CH2M Hill. The American company has been awarded a $22.8 million contract (2020-2023) for the reconstruction & equipment of two biolaboratories: the State Scientific Research Institute of Laboratory Diagnostics & Veterinary-Sanitary Expertise (Kyiv ILD) & the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety & Consumer Protection Regional Diagnostic Laboratory (Odesa RDL).
"Besides gene editing in insects and in the viruses they transmit, the Pentagon wants to engineer humans as well. DARPA Advanced Tools for Mammalian Genome Engineering Project seeks to create a biological platform inside the human body, using it to deliver new genetic information, and thus altering humans at the DNA level.
DARPA wants to insert an additional 47th artificial chromosome into human cells. This chromosome will deliver new genes that will be used for engineering the human body. SynPloid Biotech LLC has been awarded two contracts under the program totaling $1.1 million (2015-2016 – $ 100,600 for the first phase of the research; 2015-2017 – $ 999,300 for work which is not specified in the federal contracts registry. The company has only two employees and no previous record on bio-research."
"Bio warfare scientists using diplomatic cover test man-made viruses at Pentagon bio laboratories in 25 countries across the world. These US bio-laboratories are funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under a $ 2.1 billion military program– Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP), and are located in former Soviet Union countries such as Georgia and Ukraine, the Middle East, South East Asia and Africa."
2018 - Pentagon Bio Weapons (scroll down to Ukraine):
2020 - Data leak from the Pentagon biolaboratory in Georgia
2022 - Biological Human Experiments in Ukraine
Per the 2015 Congressional Research Services Report, the Evolution of Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR): Issues for Congress, appears to corroborate these bio-laboratories and gain-of-function interests.
"The CTR program has built a secure Central Reference Laboratories (CRL) for pathogen collections in Ukraine and Kazakhstan, and is constructing a CRL in Azerbaijan. Currently, the CTR program has completed upgrades at 39 “Secured Labs” in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine. DOD continues to support upgrades and training at these facilities."