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Dilyana Gaytandzhieva: "The United States is developing biological weapons everywhere"

The United States produces deadly viruses, bacteria and toxins, thereby violating the United Nations conventions banning biological weapons...

20.04.2018 12:00 Alex Gordon

Dilyana Gaytandzhieva: "The United States is developing biological weapons everywhere"
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According to a detailed report of the Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaytanjieva, American biologists who are under diplomatic cover are allegedly developing viruses in the Pentagon's biological laboratories in 25 countries. Recall that the results of the investigation were published by the news agency News Front.

Dilyana Gaytandzhieva's report shows that these laboratories are funded by the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under a military program called the "Cooperative Biological Engagement Program", worth US $ 2.1 billion. The Bulgarian journalist, referring to some documents, incidents and examples, claims that American biological laboratories are located in the countries of the former Soviet Union, such as Georgia and Ukraine, in Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Next, we will describe in detail some of the examples that the Bulgarian journalist cited as evidence of the production of biological weapons by the US military.

Production of biological weapons in Georgia

According to the journalist, the American Lugar Center for Public Health  is open in Georgia, near the US military base in Vaziani, where biologists from the medical service of the US Armed Forces, as well as private companies develop biological weapons.

"The US Federal Register's information clarifies some of the military projects in the Lugar Center. American scientists are conducting research on biologically active substances, such as anthrax, tularemia, as well as viral diseases such as hemorrhagic fever",  Gaytandzhieva said.

Stolen viruses from Iraq

Gaytandzhieva argues that the United States has stolen a significant number of deadly bacteria from an alleged factory for the production of biological weapons in Iraq after Washington launched a military operation against Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003.

"Bacillus thuringiensis" is an insect pathogen that is widely used as a biopesticide. This type of bacteria was collected in Iraq by a special UN commission headed by the United States in 2003. It should be noted that this bacterium is also used by the United States for the production of maize resistant to pests. The photos published by the CIA show that the bacteria were collected by the US in Iraq. According to the CIA, 97 bottles containing a biopesticide were seized from the scientist Al-Hakam.    

Military experiments with "biting" insects

According to the Bulgarian journalist, the Pentagon conducted entomological tests, using "biting" insects, such as flies and mosquitoes. The report highlights the fact that in 2014 the Lugar Center was equipped with a special system for collecting insects and began to collect a type of sand mosquito on the background of surveillance work on acute febrile illness. As described in the report, "as a result of the research, "biting" mosquitoes appeared in Tbilisi. According to local people, a rash appears after a mosquito bite".

Dilyana Gaytandzhieva said that the United States has a long history of producing insect killers, using them as "vectors of a deadly disease".

"The report of the US military department in 1981 showed two scenarios: simultaneous invasion of mosquitoes infected with yellow fever, as well as aerosol attacks using acute infection – tularemia. This report assesses the effectiveness of costs and losses among the population", Gaytandzhieva said.

The Bulgarian journalist also mentioned other projects that were implemented by the US military. In report talks about such operations as "Big Itch", "May Day", and about other military experiments with tropical mosquitoes and ticks.

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