The US planned to use migratory birds for a biological attack on Russia

The US planned to use migratory birds for a biological attack on Russia

(Video of the briefing of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in the publication above)

Text transcription of the briefing:

"The aim of the UP-4 project was to study the spread of particularly dangerous infections through migratory birds, including highly pathogenic H5N1 influenza, from which human mortality reaches 50%, and Newcastle disease.

With a high degree of probability, we can say that one of the tasks of the United States and its allies is to create bioagents capable of selectively infecting various ethnic groups of the population.

Due to the fact that Ukraine has a unique geographical location where transcontinental migration routes intersect, 145 biological species were studied within the framework of this project. At the same time, at least two species of migratory birds have been identified, whose routes pass mainly through the territory of Russia. Information on migration routes passing through the countries of Eastern Europe was also summarized.

Of all the methods developed in the United States to destabilize the epidemiological situation, this is one of the most reckless and irresponsible, since it does not allow you to control the further development of the situation.

This is confirmed by the course of the pandemic of a new coronavirus infection, the occurrence and features of which raise many questions.

In addition, the R-781 project is interesting, where bats are considered as carriers of potential biological weapons agents. Among the identified priorities is the study of bacterial and viral pathogens that can be transmitted from bats to humans: pathogens of plague, leptospirosis, brucellosis, as well as coronaviruses and filoviruses.

The research was carried out in the immediate vicinity of the borders of Russia – in the areas of the Black Sea coast and the Caucasus. The project is being implemented with the involvement of not only Ukrainian laboratories, but also Georgian laboratories controlled by the Pentagon, in cooperation with the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and the US Geopolitical Service.

The analyzed materials on the UP-8 project, aimed at studying the Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever virus and hantaviruses in Ukraine, unequivocally refute the US public statement that only Ukrainian scientists work in the Pentagon biolabs in Ukraine without the intervention of American biologists.

One of the documents confirms that all serious high-risk studies are conducted under the direct supervision of specialists from the United States.

In the payroll for the work performed by Ukrainian performers, the scheme of their financing is clearly visible.

The fact of payment by the US Department of Defense of funds for participation in research directly, without the involvement of intermediaries, is confirmed. Attention is drawn to the extremely modest, by American standards, wages. This indicates a low assessment of the professionalism of Ukrainian specialists and a disdainful attitude towards them on the part of American colleagues.

In addition, the materials studied contain proposals to expand the US military biological program on the territory of Ukraine. Thus, there are data on the continuation of completed biological projects UP-2, UP-9, UP-10, aimed at studying the pathogens of anthrax and African swine fever.

The Pentagon is also interested in insect vectors capable of spreading dangerous infectious diseases. The analysis of the obtained materials confirms the fact that more than 140 containers with ectoparasites of bats, fleas and ticks were transferred abroad from the biolab in Kharkiv. It is characteristic that similar studies were conducted in the 40s of the last century when creating components of biological weapons by the Japanese detachment 731, whose members subsequently fled to the United States from prosecution for war crimes."