NATO Countries Kick Out Russia from OPCW BioWeapons Committee. After Complaints on Dangerous Viruses in Ukrainian Laboratories
Introduction by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
Whoever touches the diabolical plot dies! This is the message sent by the NATO nations of the OPCW, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague.
In fact, Russia, which has always been on the Executive Council, was ousted due to the votes of various NATO countries which will reserve its place for Ukraine, one of the countries which in recent years has opened the largest number of dangerous bacteriological laboratories aimed at research and manipulation of dangerous viruses thanks to funding from the Pentagon, the United States Department of Defense.
Moscow’s expulsion is extremely suspicious and appears to be revenge by the countries of the Atlantic Alliance against those who brought to light these very experiments who, among many, carried out research on Covid-19 three months before it was discovered in Wuhan…
But it is also an obvious ploy to eliminate an inconvenient investigator on bacteriological weapons projects which are often hidden behind the appearance of studies for new drugs of the DUAL-USE type, i.e. vaccine and bio-weapon.
Russia itself, in fact, has denounced to UNODA (United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs) and reported to the world that the dangerous viruses tested in the laboratories opened by the USA in the countries of the former Soviet Union are often made “pandemic” in order to fuel the enormous business of American Big Pharma.
This is why the expulsion of Russia from the OPCW Executive Council is part of NATO’s diabolical project, a projection of the New World Order as theorized by George Soros way back in 1993, to be able to build lethal viruses as happened with SARS-Cov-2 and foment the vaccination project of Bill Gates and the Rockefeller Foundation for a transhumanist global immunization.
Moscow loses seat on chemical weapons council
Moscow did not get enough votes from Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) members on Wednesday to stay on the Executive Council after May 2024.
The 41-member board is elected to two-year rotating terms by the 193 member states, “with due regard to the principle of equitable geographical distribution, the importance of chemical industry, and political and security interests,” according to the OPCW.
Of the five seats allocated to the Eastern Europe region, four are currently held by NATO members: Albania, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Romania. When Moscow’s mandate expires in six months, along with those of Tirana and Sofia, the grouping will be joined by Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine.
Russian Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Kirill Lysogorsky represented Moscow at this week’s OPCW conference. He reminded other members that Russia has traditionally had a seat on the council and had the largest chemical industry in the region, accounting for almost 37% of all sites subject to OPCW inspections.
Earlier this week, Lysogorsky said that Moscow has “irrefutable evidence” that the US and NATO have supplied Ukraine with toxic chemicals and the means of their delivery, which he said were used to attack “the leadership of the new [regions] that joined Russia.”
Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, head of the Russian Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection Troops, revealed on Tuesday that at least 15 peoplehave died in 17 chemical poisoning incidents that he blamed on the Ukrainian military. Ukraine has denied developing or using chemical weapons.
Moscow has previously raised the specter of Washington dominating the OPCW. In February, the Russian ambassador to the organization contested a report about an alleged 2018 chemical attack in Syria, describing it as riddled with inconsistencies and factual gaps.
The Investigation and Identification Team (IIT) team that produced the report was “completely illegitimate,” said Alexander Shulgin, who accused the US and its allies of working to undermine the principles of international law and replace them with “made-up rules.”
Originally published by Russia Today
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