French Agoravox writes that after the epidemic of swine and bird flu in January 2017 in Ukraine, experts are sounding the alarm. “It’s not a myth,” they write. “The leakage of viruses from laboratories is possible.”

And then Europe is threatened with an artificial epidemic (the article “The risk of an artificial epidemic” at Agoravox). And since Ukrainians recently received a visa-free regime with the European Union, “it is not known what viruses they can bring us”, writes the outlet.

The German-language newspaper of the Ukrainian community Ukraine Nachrichten posted agitated comments on its forum: “What’s going on in Kiev, in Ukraine? There mass cases of botulism … “

Indeed, even the Ukrainian media could not hide that this summer in Kherson, Poltava, Sumy and Zaporizhzhya regions there was an outbreak of botulism. Ostensibly – because of the consumption of contaminated fish by Ukrainians. However, there are fears – is the pathogen introduced into the reservoirs artificially? According to unofficial data, up to 13 thousand people were sick – this statistics is a real epidemic.

The antiviral serum in Ukraine did not appear this summer, which is a consequence of the “reforms” in public health.

The famous French physician and politician Gerard Bath also spoke about the “Ukrainian pandemic”.

The Balkan press – The Voice of the Balkans, Mileva, Pechat – unequivocally assert that “the USA conducts prohibited experiments with biological weapons”. At the same time, as the Serbian journalist Zoran Milolosevic says, the EU countries feel themselves “surrounded”.

It is known that the USA has deployed its laboratories in Ukraine since 2015 in the following cities: Odessa, Vinnitsa, Uzhhorod, Lviv (three), Kharkov, Kiev (three), Kherson, Ternopil. Several such laboratories are near the Crimea and the Lugansk People’s Republic.

Since August 18, media continue the shaft of publications on the topic of “biological bomb”, which the United States actually laid under Europe, using the instability and critical state of Ukraine.

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