Politico: Pentagon seeking source of ‘Havana syndrome’ funds ferret experiments
MOSCOW, March 10 – RIA Novosti. The Pentagon is funding animal experiments to see if radio waves could be the source of the so-called “Havana Syndrome” that has plagued hundreds of American diplomats abroad in recent years. informs Policy pressure.
A $750,000 grant was awarded to Wayne University in Michigan, according to a government database. The newspaper writes that the objects of the study are ferrets, whose brain is similar to a human.
The Federation Council has called on the world’s parliaments to request information from the United States about biolaboratories.
Pentagon spokesman Tim Gorman confirmed the grant, but declined to say whether his department had conducted similar experiments on primates.
The United States has been grappling with the mystery of “abnormal health events” for several years, first recorded by diplomats in Cuba and then repeated elsewhere in the world, but so far no one has been held responsible.
Symptoms of “Havana Syndrome” – dizziness, nausea, headaches, and hearing problems – were first observed by American diplomats in Cuba in 2016 and 2017, and in China in 2018. Later, the media reported similar cases among diplomats, intelligence officers and other US government employees in Vienna, Africa, Tajikistan and Russia. According to CIA director William Burns, a total of several hundred people suffered from “Havana syndrome.”
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