UN Given 310 Pages of Evidence to Support Claims of US / Ukraine’s Violation of Biological Weapons Convention (expose-news.com)

At a Formal Consultative Meeting of Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (“BTWC”) in September, UK Ambassador Aidan Liddle said, “no evidence has been presented that demonstrates any non-compliance with the Convention by Ukraine.” 

Well, now it seems it may have been in the form of a 310-page document delivered to the United Nations Security Council (“UNSC”) members which laid out the evidence of Russia’s claims that Ukraine and its western backers had been working on bioweapons.  The document was sent to UNSC members ahead of a Security Council meeting held last Thursday, 27 October 2022, at the request of Moscow.

In early March Russia accused Ukrainian authorities of destroying pathogens studied at Pentagon-linked laboratories. The Russian Defence Ministry said pathogens that were destroyed include the plague, anthrax, tularemia, cholera, and other deadly diseases. The Russian military said it uncovered 30 biological laboratories in Ukraine linked to the Pentagon’s Defence Threat Reduction Agency (“DTRA”). China called on the US to release the details of the Pentagon’s biological research programs in Ukraine.

Further reading:

The Western corporate media have largely ignored Russia’s repeated pleas to the UN about the US Biological Network in Ukraine. It appears something changed, wrote Clandestine, The Hill found themselves unable to avoid reporting on the growing calls for the enactment of Article VI of the Biological Weapons Convention:

A draft resolution circulated to council members and obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press states that under Article VI of the convention Russia has filed an official complaint alleging that banned biological activities are taking place in Ukraine.

Russia seeks UN probe of claims on Ukraine biological labs, The Hill, 25 October 2022

On Wednesday, the day before the UNSC met to consider Russia’s complaint under Article VI of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention, the Permanent Representative of Russia to the United Nations Vassily Nebenzia gave informal comments to the media.  When asked what the point of sending a 310-page document to the members of the UNSC was, Nebenzia responded: “that’s the whole body of evidence that we have on our claims on the violation of the Biological Convention.”


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