On May 13, 2022, the Russian Federation presented new evidence to the Security Council regarding US military research programs in Ukraine.

These include biological experiments conducted without their knowledge on Ukrainian mental patients in the Psychiatric Hospital No. 1 (village of Streletchye, Kharkov region) and on the deliberate use of a tuberculosis agent to infect the population of the Slavianoserbsk district (Lugansk People’s Republic)

The documents seized by Russia show that four pharmaceutical giants, Pfizer, Moderna, Merck and Gilead, were involved in these experiments.

Intervening in video duplex, the Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations in charge of disarmament, Thomas Markram, assured that his organization was unaware of these programs and could not itself verify them. He called on participants to resolve the issue peacefully using the procedures of Articles V and VI of the Charter.

The ambassadors of the Nato member countries all denied the Russian accusations and denounced disinformation.

On the contrary, Chinese ambassador Dai Bing said that these frightening elements should raise the concern of the whole international community.

According to the US press, the Pentagon’s biological military research program was organized in Ukraine by the Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP) company created by Hunter Biden (son of President Joe Biden) and Christopher Heinz (son-in-law of John Kerry).

Roger Lagassé