There were previous reports that exposed how these Ukrainian labs were handling “especially dangerous pathogens” through US government-funded initiatives in early March. But what has recently come to light is Hunter Biden’s connection to these Ukraine biolabs.
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An investment firm directed by US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was a major financial supporter of a pandemic monitoring and response firm that engaged in identifying and alienating lethal pathogens in Ukrainian labs while obtaining funds from the Obama administration‘s Department of Defense.
Both Biden and Heinz were managing directors of Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP), an affiliate of Hunter Biden and Christopher Heinz’s Rosemont Capital. Heinz is the stepson of John Kerry, the present US Secretary of State and previous Secretary of State.
According to financial reports, RSTP led the firm’s $30 million (read below) initial round of fundraising in 2015. Former RSTP managing director and co-founder Neil Callahan, whose name shows up numerous times on Hunter Biden’s hard drive, occupies Metabiota’s Board of Advisors along with former Clinton official Rob Walker, who discussed trying to reach out to the Obama Department of Defense with respect to Metabiota in yet another recently uncovered Hunter Biden hard drive e-mail.
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The media broke the story in July 2021, revealing the relationship between Metabiota, Hunter Biden, and the pandemic-linked EcoHealth Alliance, which collaborated with Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) and the infamous Wuhan facility.
Today, we can disclose an official relationship between the Biden-linked pandemic company and Ukrainian biological labs for the first time. It was previously exposed how these labs were handling “especially dangerous pathogens” through government-funded initiatives in early March. In recent weeks, the possibility of such entities falling into the hands of advancing Russian soldiers has been extensively debated.
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A “Trilateral Meeting with Ukraine, Poland, and the United States Regional Collaboration on Biological Security, Safety, and Surveillance” is described in the Science and Technology Center in Ukraine’s (STCU) 2016 Annual Report.
The story focuses on a meeting between US military officials and their Ukrainian counterparts in October 2016 to discuss “cooperation in surveillance and prevention of especially dangerous infectious diseases, including zoonotic diseases in Ukraine and neighboring countries.”
Members from the Biden-linked Metabiota were in presence, nearly a year after Hunter’s investment funds poured money into the company. There were also the following people in attendance:
- US Department of Defense [Defense Threat Reduction Agency] (DTRA) (K. Garrett, G. Braunstein, W. Sosnowski, and J. Wintrol);
- Black & Veatch and Metabiota corporations (D. Mustra, Dr. M. Guttieri, S. Anderson, T. Borth and others);
- Curtis “BJ” Bjelajac, Executive Director, and Vlada Pashynska, Senior Specialist represented the STCU.
“The meeting focused on existing frameworks, regulatory coordination, and ongoing cooperative projects in research, surveillance and diagnostics of a number of dangerous zoonotic diseases, such as avian influenza, leptospirosis, Crimea Congo hemorrhagic fever, and brucellosis,” explains the summary:
Another conference involving Metabiota representatives, Ukrainian researchers, and US Department of Defense officials aiming at boosting cooperation while visiting a Swine Fever workshop just months later is described on a separate page on the STCU website:
Government contracts also support the collaboration between Metabiota, Ukrainian laboratories, and the US Defense Department, with the latter awarding the company a $18.4 million grant in 2014. On September 25th, a sum of $307,091 was provided to Metabiota supporting “Ukraine research projects.”
After the award, numerous academic articles seem to have been published, including those isolating strains of lethal viruses like “virulent African Swine Fever Virus.” Researchers from Metabiota and three Ukraine-based institutes published “Complete Genome Sequence of a Virulent African Swine Fever Virus from a Domestic Pig in Ukraine” in 2019.
The scientists used a pig from Ukraine to identify the strain of the lethal virus, which was “funded by the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) through the Biological Threat Reduction Program in Ukraine.”
Additionally, the author, Artem Skrypnyk, was then linked with a Ukraine-based subsidiary of the pandemic corporation, according to a 2014 paper titled “Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Livestock Anthrax in Ukraine During the Past Century (1913-2012).”
“Our primary objective was to examine the spatiotemporal dynamics of the disease and identify areas where anthrax may persist in the present day,” posits the paper.
“Examining the historical epizootiology of a disease can identify the geographic extent of environmental foci, define areas prone to repeat outbreaks, and lead to a better understanding of natural disease cycles.”
One study employed funding from the US DTRA’s Cooperative Biological Engagement Program in Ukraine to gather samples from anthrax hotspots in order “to better understand anthrax epizootiology in Ukraine.”
“We tested wild boar serum samples collected across Ukraine for antibodies to B. anthracis and determined whether exposed boars were associated with livestock anthrax hotspots,” explains the paper.
Skrypnyk, a Metabiota-affiliated scientist, served as a Veterinary Project Coordinator for the Biden-linked corporation before going on to his present position as World Health Organization’s (WHO) Technical Officer for Laboratories.
In a publication titled “Implementation of a Regional Training Program on African Swine Fever As Part of the Cooperative Biological Engagement Program across the Caucasus Region.,” two scientists – Nataliya Mykhaylovska and Bradford Raymond Brooks – are mentioned as Ukraine-based Metabiota researchers.
The referenced paper even mentions a Metabiota branch in Kiev, Ukraine’s capital city, which is confirmed by an overview of the company’s operational organization.
“The company’s international footprint includes operations in 20 countries and offices in San Francisco, Washington, Ukraine, China, Canada, and Sierra Leone,” explains the summary.
Former Metabiota employees‘ LinkedIn pages also explain the work done by the company’s Kyiv office.
Former Country Science Manager for Eastern Europe David Mustra describes how he “manga[ed] Metabiota’s team of twelve Ukrainian-National personnel” while working as “the Biosurveillance and Research Manager for Metabiota’s work as a subcontractor, under the direction of prime contractor Black & Veatch (B&V), on the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP) Biological Threat Reduction Integrating Contract (BTRIC) – Ukraine.”
He also recounts how the organization communicated with “Government of Ukraine officials” from several agencies, including that of the Ministry of Defense.
Dr. Petro Mutovkin, a Human Biosurveillance Specialist and Project Manager at Metabiota from 2015 to 2016, describes his position on LinkedIn as “facilitating activities within US Department of Defence Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP) in Ukraine.”
“Laboratory facility assessment, laboratory diagnostic and BS&S training, [and] biological risk assessment and mitigation” are among the other tasks he engaged in.
There were previous reports on Metabiota’s connections to EcoHealth Alliance, a crucial entity in the genesis of COVID-19 and cover-up operations, as well as President Joe Biden’s son’s financial relationship with Ukrainian biological facilities working with diseases, animals, and anthrax.
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