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A Russian intelligence unit may be behind the Havana Syndrome, three major Western newspapers have reported

A Russian intelligence unit may be behind the Havana Syndrome, three major Western newspapers have reported

It appears that Russian intelligence unit 29155 is behind the Havana Syndrome that implicated American diplomats – BBC writes In reference to the investigation conducted by three major Western newspapers. Russia denies any involvement in the case, and an official CIA investigation earlier concluded that they were unlikely to be victims of foreign interference.

People suffering from Havana Syndrome complain of headaches, nausea, difficulty concentrating, memory problems, and sometimes deafening imaginary noises, but for years it was not known what could cause them. For the first time, in 2016, American diplomats in Havana, the capital of Cuba, reported these symptoms.

Later, more than a thousand US diplomats, government officials and agents in different parts of the world reported similar incidents. The United States launched several investigations into the case, but found no evidence of foreign interference and, in fact, concluded that most cases were caused by personal reasons or tangible circumstances (such as the buzzing of cicadas).

For many years, people with Havana syndrome (or those who think they do) have complained that they do not take their problem seriously enough. They want to prove that they are truly victims of support and that they are receiving compensation or medical treatment.

Now, as a result of joint investigative work conducted by Insider, Spiegel and CBS, they have come to the conclusion that those suffering from Havana Syndrome were attacked by “radioactive energy” by units of a Russian secret agent team called 29155. According to them, the involvement of 29155 has been proven It was through the fact that their members were often at the same time in the same cities that the Havana Syndrome appeared among American diplomats. It may also be a reference to the fact that officers of Unit 29155 received awards for their work developing “non-lethal acoustic weapons.”

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