U.S. BIOLABS IN UKRAINE CONFIRMED! Russians Reveal Shady Coronavirus Research Found! NEW PLANDEMIC?!

The Russian Defence Ministry recently announced that they have found U.S. funded bio-labs in Ukraine were conducting experiments with bat coronavirus samples.

“According to the documents, the American side planned to conduct work on pathogens of birds, bats, and reptiles in Ukraine in 2022, with a further transition to studying the possibility of carrying African swine fever and anthrax”, chief spokesman for the Ministry of Defence Major General Igor Konashenkov said.

In addition, the facilities were studying the possible spread of pathogens via wild birds, migrating between Russia, Ukraine, and other countries in the region.

“The purpose of this – and other Pentagon-funded biological research in Ukraine, was to create a mechanism for the covert spread of deadly pathogens”, he added.

The troubling news was released as the U.S. has offered conflicting claims over the presence of U.S. biological labs inside Ukraine.

The U.S. State Department recently admitted that Ukraine hosts U.S. funded “biological research facilities” and warned that they may be seized by the Russians who could carry out a “false flag” chemical attack.

The White House, meanwhile, has publicly denied the existence of these labs, with Press Secretary Jen Psaki saying reports of these labs are “false” Russian claims and part of a “disinformation operation.”

So which is it? Is it possible that the Russians are actually telling the truth here and Washington is scrambling in a panic to cover it up – which could be why they can’t even seem to get their story straight?

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