China accused the US of developing bioweapons based on the experience of the Japanese Nazis

China has accused the United States of allegedly working on biological weapons based on the experience of the Japanese Nazis from the “Detachment 731” during World War II, Free News reports, citing a corresponding statement by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying.

According to her, Beijing is demanding an explanation from Washington about the outbreak of an unknown virus in Virginia, which occurred shortly before the global pandemic.

The statement came after the day before former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the alleged presence of data on the leak of the virus from a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan, indirectly pointing to signs of artificial origin of COVID-19.

For its part, China is confident that the military laboratory “Fort Detrick” is studying biological weapons, because, according to Chunying, a deadly disease affecting the lungs was recorded mainly in the vicinity of this laboratory. There, according to the official Beijing, after the Second World War, scientists from the Japanese Nazi “Detachment 731” were taken out, which researched biological weapons on living people.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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