Russian Defense Ministry: Proof of Ukraine’s ‘Chemical Terrorism’ to Be Sent to OPCW Soon

  • Moscow previously presented to the public the documents that Russian servicemen had recovered from several laboratories in Ukraine, which suggested the work was being carried out there on compounds and pathogens that could be used, among other things, in biological weapons. The Kremlin stressed that these labs were funded by the US.
  • The Russian Defense Ministry has announced that documents confirming cases of “chemical terrorism” by Ukraine will soon be relayed to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) by the Russian envoy.
  • Namely, the ministry plans on sending the lab test results of Russian soldiers, who had been poisoned as a result of Kiev’s “chemical terrorism”. The ministry elaborated that some servicemen sustained severe chemical poisoning during Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine.