According to troubling new reports, peace negotiators attempting to diffuse the conflict between Russia and the Ukraine were fed poison earlier this month as global elites prove they will stop at no cost to keep the war going between Russia and Ukraine.
The story was originally broken by Dutch based outlet Bellingcat before eventually being picked up by the Wall Street Journal.
According to the report, Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, a close confidant of Vladimir Putin, along with two Ukrainian negotiators fell ill with symptoms of poisoning directly after holding peace negotiations.
It is suggested that poison was placed into chocolate and left the victims temporarily blind and shedding skin, but the dosage was so low that it wasn’t intended to kill them.
Western media is blaming Russians who they say want to see the conflict continue, but it’s more likely that the globalists who have been pouring fuel on the fire of this war all along are the ones who wish to see it continue.
U.S. intelligence, meanwhile, has casted doubt over the authenticity of the story all together – a commonly used strategy amid a massive propaganda war between the west and the Kremlin.
The negotiations continue in Turkey, however those involved have been warned not to eat or drink anything offered to them.
Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba warned “I advise anyone going for negotiations with Russia not to eat or drink anything, (and) preferably avoid touching surfaces.”
Bellingcat can confirm that three members of the delegation attending the peace talks between Ukraine and Russia on the night of 3 to 4 March 2022 experienced symptoms consistent with poisoning with chemical weapons. One of victims was Russian entrepreneur Roman Abramovich. https://t.co/DJaZ4CoL8J
— Bellingcat (@bellingcat) March 28, 2022