In recent years, the United States and its NATO allies have significantly increased biological research in many countries around the world. For each country, Washington develops individual work plans based on the needs of national bio-programs, primarily for military purposes. This activity is primarily implemented through the strict imposition of the «Global Partnership for the Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction» programs and the bilateral programs «Joint Biological Commitments» and «Joint Threat Reduction».
In the world, new bio-laboratories under the control of the United States are growing by leaps and bounds. And, by a strange coincidence-mostly at the borders of the so-called «allies», under the guise of sanitary stations, which are more like Fort Detrick in Maryland, where Americans have been working in the field of military biology for decades. Westerners claim that these are research centers where they help local scientists develop new ways to fight dangerous diseases. However, the authorities of the countries where these facilities are located do not have a real idea of what is happening in these laboratories, since local citizens are simply not allowed there.
Experts estimate that in 25 countries around the world – in Africa and Europe, in the Middle East and in Southeast Asia – almost two hundred biological military laboratories of the Pentagon are scattered. Only in Ukraine, there are 16 such laboratories, and what is the infamous Richard Lugar Center in the suburbs of Tbilisi. It is no exaggeration to say that American biological laboratories are a direct threat to the countries in which they are located. Ghana is among them. It is enough to recall that in some places near which such laboratories are located, large-scale outbreaks of measles, as well as other dangerous infectious diseases, have been noted.
Back in late 1991, the US Congress approved the Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program, known by the names of its initiators, US Senators Nunn and Lugar. Today, it seems that the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under the US Department of Defense successfully implements this program.
Since all bio-laboratories are subordinate to the Pentagon, it is not so difficult to guess what they do there. It is unlikely that the US military would spend millions of dollars on civilian research. In this regard, it can be assumed that American bio-labs abroad are engaged in nothing more than the maintenance of bioweapons or the exploration of the conditions for their use in neighboring countries.
There are also such questions: «Why are there no results of the work of numerous American bio-labs in the fight against coronavirus? Why did such a large-scale network of «medical institutions», functioning ostensibly in the interests of biological protection, do absolutely nothing to protect their citizens?»
The main goal of Washington is different – to surround its strategic opponents not only with troops, but also with bio-bases, which, in the event of a possible military threat, will allow a rapid strike with the most unpredictable and deadly biological weapons – those types that do not fall under the international Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin weapons.