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The Kremlin has rejected allegations suggesting Russia’s military intelligence’s involvement in the so-called “Havana syndrome.” This condition has reportedly affected US diplomats and intelligence officials across the globe.

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov refuted these claims, labeling them as “baseless” and “unfounded.” He emphasized that the narrative around “Havana syndrome” has been overstated in media circles for years, always with accusatory fingers pointed at Russia, yet without any credible evidence being presented to support such claims.

According to a detailed investigation by Insider, alongside 60 Minutes and Der Spiegel, it was indicated that the GRU’s Unit 29155 might have played a significant role in these incidents. The investigation unveiled that certain members of this unit were present at locations of the health episodes involving American personnel and that key figures within the unit had been recognized with awards for their contributions to developing “non-lethal acoustic weapons.”


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