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Oprindeligt udgivet på russisk den 11/09/2018 af tass.ru
pentagon biological experiments

'Tag os til jeres leder"
Den tidligere minister for statssikkerhed i Georgien, igor Giorgadze har anmodet USA's Præsident, Donald Trump, om at undersøge eksperimenter udført på mennesker ved Richard Lugar Center for Public Health Research på det georgiske territorium og om at lukke dette laboratorium. Giorgadze fremførte appellen tirsdag under en pressekonference i Moskva efter at have frigivet data til offentligheden om de kriminelle handlinger i dette center.

"Jeg appellerer til lederskabet i USA og til USA's præsident med en anmodning om at udføre en undersøgelse. Det georgiske folk vil være dig taknemmelig, hvis du kan spare landet for denne eksperimentelle aktivitet," sagde han. "Symbolske betalinger og undskyldninger [til familier af ofrene for eksperimenterne] vil ikke være i stand til at kompensere for deres liv."

The former minister reminded reporters that the laboratory was created under the former president of the country, Mikhail Saakashvili. "Americans came to an agreement on the gradual transfer of this laboratory to Georgia, the Georgian government does what is needed so that this center completely transitions to its jurisdiction," he continued. "I hope that this year the laboratory will completely transition to Georgia's control and that experiments on people won't be carried out."

Giorgadze didn't exclude that the viruses developed in the laboratory can arrive in neighboring countries, including Russia. "Perhaps viruses can also come to Russia. Doomed patients were involved in these experiments, they grasp at the last straw. Some involve themselves for money, but there are also those who don't suspect anything," he noted.

"My assistants now study which resources [Internet sites - ed.] these documents can be placed on and how," said the former minister. "We are doing everything to make this public. I want to save my people from potentially horrifying consequences."

Pentagon activity near the borders of the Russian Federation

The activities of the Pentagon aimed at placing its medicobiological laboratories in different regions of the world, including in close proximity to the Russian borders, cause growing concern in the Russian Federation, while the American authorities make every effort to conceal the true contents and focus of the realised projects.

Taking into account the fact that the US still hasn't removed the proviso to the Geneva Protocol of 1925, which forbids the use of bacteriological weapons, the true purposes of such military and biological activity carried out by the US in the post-Soviet space quite reasonably raises questions.

The alarm is amplified even more in connection with the broad interpretation by the US of the provisions of the convention on the Biological Weapons Convention, according to which the ban on the development of biological weapons allegedly doesn't apply to research in this domain. Such an interpretation of the provisions of the convention allows the US to develop large-scale medicobiological activity for purposes that obviously contradict the Biological Weapons Convention.