Russia fails at U.N. in bid for Ukraine, U.S. bio-weapons inquiry

U.N. disarmament officers have lengthy stated they don’t seem to be conscious of any organic weapons applications in Ukraine

Russia failed on November 2 to get the United Nations Security Council to determine a proper inquiry into its accusation that the United States and Ukraine have organic weapons applications in Ukraine, a declare that Washington and Kyiv deny.

Only China voted with Russia in favor of a draft Security Council decision on the measure. The United States, Britain and France voted towards it, whereas the remaining 10 council members abstained.

U.N. disarmament officers have lengthy stated they don’t seem to be conscious of any organic weapons applications in Ukraine.

Russia has raised the difficulty of chemical and organic weapons in Ukraine a number of instances on the U.N. Security Council since its forces invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. The United States and Ukraine have rejected Russia’s accusations.

The United States and allies have criticized Russia for losing council time and spreading conspiracy theories.