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Radiochemical Shipments Turn Ukraine Into Dumping Ground for Hazardous Waste - MoD

BIOHAZARD - Sputnik International, 1920, 25.06.2024
Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov said that according to available operational information, radiochemical substances continue to be imported into Ukraine for further use.
"According to available operational information, the import of radiochemical substances to Ukraine for further use continues, turning the country into a dumping ground for spent nuclear fuel and waste from hazardous chemical industries," Kirillov said.
The general said the US had created of a technical and legal framework which allows it to build up its biological-military capabilities in various regions of the world.
The shipping of radiochemicals to Ukraine for disposal continues, with the main routes going through Poland and Romania, and the head of the Ukrainian presidential administration overseeing the shipments, Kirillov added.
In 2023, the SBU asked the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences to study samples of chemical, radiological, nuclear and bioweapons and traces of their use, he added.
During the special military operation, documents were obtained from the Ukrainian armed forces confirming the Kiev regime's interest in continuing work with weapons of mass destruction, Kirillov said.
The organizational, logistical, and financial aspects of importing radiochemical substances into Ukraine are personally overseen by Andriy Yermak, the head of Volodymyr Zelensky's office, Kirillov said.
The radiochemical substances that Western countries continue to import into Ukraine could be used to create a "dirty bomb" with its subsequent use under a "false flag," he warned.

"These substances can be used to create a so-called 'dirty bomb' with its subsequent use 'under a false flag'," Kirillov told the briefing.

Kirillov also named new individuals suspected of working on components of weapons of mass destruction in Ukraine, including the country's chief medical officer Igor Kuzin.
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US military-biological presence in Africa

Documents confirming the US military-biological presence in Africa is rapidly expanding have been uncovered, Kirillov stated, adding that the construction of a laboratory and training centre in Ethiopia has begun under a joint programme and with financial support from the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).
Employees of the US Army's Institute of Infectious Diseases conducted a study on bat hantaviruses in Kenya in 2023, he said.
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