Documents Show Zelensky Ordered The Destruction Of Documents Tied To Hunter Biden And The U.S.-Funded Biolabs

A document has been released by Russian news outlet Izvestia, apparently showing that all documents that related to the Ukrainian biolabs that had worked in collaboration with a firm called Metabiota – which has ties to Hunter Biden – was ordered to be destroyed by the country’s President Volodymyr Zelensky.

A translated version of the document was shared by independent journalist Clandestine to his Substack page and detailed why the document is so significant – it was ordered the day that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s military to move into Ukraine.

The letter states:

“The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine with the participation of the Security Service of Ukraine in connection with the conduct of martial law in Ukraine from February 24, 2022 in accordance with the decree of the President of Ukraine organized the devastating destruction of personal files of servicemen, employees and staff of the State Institution ‘Center for Public Health of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine,’ Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute. I.I. Mechnikov of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine,’ Zhytomyr Regional and Laboratory Centers of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine,’ which worked together with scientists Metabiota Inc., Battelle.”

The same day that the invasion began, NBC reported on the events and showed what seemed to be footage of documents being burned.

The report started with Erin McLaughlin telling the viewers that a missile had hit the capital city of Kyiv, but the footage that was aired showed members of the military throwing full garbage bags onto an already burning pile.

The building that had been allegedly hit by the missile strike, was not hit and the smoke that could be seen rising in the video footage, was coming from the fire, not the building.

American viewers were not the only ones who noticed, as Germany’s DW News also pointed out how strange the footage looked.

The Russian government and other news investigators, including Infowars, have suggested that the military operation and Putin’s mission to “denazify” and “demilitarize” Ukraine, was an excuse to target the U.S funded biolabs.

Russia’s Defense Ministry Spokesman Igor Konashenkov has claimed that employees at Pentagon-funded biolabs in Ukraine, destroyed hazardous pathogens being experimented on at the facilities.

“To prevent the disclosure of facts of violations by the United States and Ukraine of Article 1 of the Biological Weapons Convention, the Ukrainian Ministry of Health sent instructions to all biological laboratories to urgently eliminate stored stocks of dangerous pathogens,” he explained at the time.

It looks as though it was not just a coincidence that Zelensky ordered the documents to be destroyed on the very same day Russia invaded Ukraine, and the documents further suggest that Zelensky was aware of the research that was being conducted in the biolabs – some of the research specifically targeted native Russians.

The Pentagon has admitted that it funded forty-six “laboratories, health facilities, and disease diagnostic sites,” spanning the past 20 years, despite mainstream media and the White House previously claiming that such labs were “nonexistent.”

Russia is calling for the United States to collaborate with them to investigate the facilities and Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said America should abide by the United Nation’s Biological Weapons Treaty.

There were also calls for better transparency when it comes to disclosing exactly what biological activities occurred in the labs.

“We call on our American colleagues to show professionalism and, instead of propaganda information stuffing, urgently get involved in substantive meaningful work to rectify the situation related to their military biological activities in the countries of the former USSR,” she said this week.

Of note, research into covid-19, started a full three months before the virus became public knowledge – in a Ukrainian lab with ties to Hunter Biden and the Department of Defense.


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