Pentagon contractors worked in Ukrainian biolabs under $80 million program

Leaked documents give new information about the Pentagon program in biolaboratories in Ukraine.

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) awarded Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. an $80 million contract under the Biological Threat Reduction Program (BTRP) in Ukraine in 2020.

‘Especially dangerous infections’

“The Ministry of Health of Ukraine considers it inappropriate to create a working group for public control and it is not possible to allow members of the group to enter the premises of laboratories of especially dangerous infections..

The Ukrainian biolabs were accessible to Pentagon contractors but not to independent experts, according to internal documents published on Reddit by an alleged former employee of the Ukrainian ministry of health.

While Pentagon contractors were given full access to all biolabs involved in the DTRA program, independent experts were denied such access under the pretext that these biolabs were working with especially dangerous pathogens

“Biological research on especially dangerous pathogens ..”

According to internal documents, Pentagon contractors were given full access to all Ukrainian biolaboratories while independent experts were denied even a visit.

The new revelations expose the lies in the US government statement that the Pentagon just funded biolaboratories in Ukraine but had nothing to do with them.

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