Reports of Russia behind ‘Havana Syndrome’ Dismissed by Kremlin

The Kremlin disregarded a report on Monday suggesting Russian military intelligence’s potential involvement in the enigmatic “Havana syndrome” illness affecting U.S. diplomats and agents worldwide. Insider, an investigative media outlet focused on Russia situated in Riga, Latvia, revealed that operatives from a Russian military intelligence unit identified as 29155 were allegedly present during reported health incidents involving American personnel.

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“This is not a new topic at all; for many years the topic of the so-called ‘Havana Syndrome’ has been exaggerated in the press, and from the very beginning it was linked to accusations against the Russian side,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters when asked about the report.

“But no one has ever published or expressed any convincing evidence of these unfounded accusations anywhere,” Peskov said. “Therefore, all this is nothing more than baseless, unfounded accusations by the media.”


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