The ruling class of the Russian Federation claims to have found evidence that the United States government is conducting tests at a U.S.-run bio laboratory in Ukraine on avian flu pathogens with a lethality rate of up to 40 percent in humans.
In June of 2022, the Pentagon finally admitted in a public statement that there are 46 US-funded biolabs in Ukraine.
According to a report by The Gateway Pundit, documents seized from a veterinary laboratory of the Biosphere Reserve in the Askania Nova, Kherson region of Ukraine “confirm the involvement of the Kharkov Institute of Veterinary Medicine in the work of UP-8 & P-444 Projects and preparations for the Flu-Fly-Way project,” tweeted the Russian Embassy of the United States – see the below images of said documents:
Russia made accusations of a deadly bird flu pathogen in front of the United Nations General Assembly.
The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation continues to analyze the military and biological activities of the U.S. and its allies in Ukraine and elsewhere in the world. Here’s what was found according to the Gateway Pundit:
We noted earlier that during the special military operation, documentary evidence was obtained confirming that employees of the Biosphere Reserve in Askania Nova, Kherson region, were studying the migration routes of migratory birds and selecting and transferring biological material abroad.
The task force of the Russian Ministry of Defence together with officers of the Federal Security Service and Rosselkhoznadzor have confirmed the collection and certification of avian influenza virus strains with a high potential for epidemic spread and the ability to cross the species barrier, particularly the H5N8 strain, whose lethality in human transmission can reach 40%. Remember that 1% of new coronavirus infections result in death.
Documents seized in the Reserve’s veterinary laboratory confirm the involvement of the Kharkov Institute of Veterinary Medicine in the work of the American UP-8 and P-444 Projects and preparations for the Flu-Fly-Way project.
Their goal was to evaluate the circumstances in which the transmission of diseases associated with economically significant infections may become uncontrollable, result in economic harm, and constitute a threat to food security.
It is necessary to emphasize that once more that the U.S. Department of Defense, an organisation that has nothing to do with the research of bird migratory routes, commissioned the projects.