Ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, Russia calls an emergency UNSC meeting on Biological Weapons

The ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict has had a powerful impact around the world. After claiming that the United States is funding Research to Ukraine to create bioweapons. Russia immediately called an emergency United Nations Security Council (UNSC) meeting. Although Zelenskyy denied these allegations. He said, “they keep accusing us that we are developing biological weapons and we are preparing Chemical attacks”. He also says that these accusations show what the Russian special services are really capable of. Moreover, he also says that Russia keeps doing this, they have also done it in the past with other countries.

The Prime Minister of the UK Boris Johnson also denied these allegations. Boris said, ” the allegations of biological weapons and chemical attack that Russia is accusing of us is not true. It all comes from their playbook”. This is a false story that they are making up adds Boris.

Meanwhile, the WHO has advised Ukraine to destroy high test Pathogens that are housing the country’s public health labs. In order to prevent any potential spills that could spread disease in the nation. The shelling and airstrikes from Russia continue in the country.

 




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