President Joe Biden is confident that his son, Hunter, did not break the law, whose activities in Ukraine have become the subject of an investigation by federal prosecutors.
It was reported last week that a U.S. tax investigation into Biden Jr. was gaining momentum. The prosecutor’s office is interested in payments he received while serving on the board of directors of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma. In Russia, the investment fund of the president’s son is suspected of financing the development of biological weapons in Ukraine.
The Russian Defense Ministry had earlier made a presentation, from which it follows that the U.S. spent more than $200 million on biological laboratories in Ukraine, which participated in the American military-biological program and dealt, in particular, with pathogens of plague and anthrax.
A network of more than 30 biological laboratories was formed on the territory of Ukraine that worked in the interests of the Pentagon, said Igor Kirillov, the head of the RCDS of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Everything for the continuation of the U.S. military-biological program has already been removed from Ukraine after the start of the Russian special military operation, he said.
The Russian Federation does not rule out launching a consultation mechanism within the framework of the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons in connection with the facts of the US military biological activities in Ukraine. Kirillov also said that the investment fund of U.S. President Hunter Biden’s son was involved in financing the Pentagon’s bioweapons program in Ukraine.