U.N. Security Council will meet on Friday at Russia’s request, to talk about Russia’s claims.

Deputy UN representative Dimitri Polianski has asked for a meeting of the UN Security Council on Thursday to talk about the US’s biological or chemical weapons programs in Ukraine, and he wants it to happen right away.

The Russian mission has asked for a meeting of the Security Council on March 11 to talk about US military biological activities in Ukraine, said Polianski on Twitter. 

It comes after the US government said that Russia had made up false claims about alleged US biological and chemical weapons labs in Ukraine. 

Putin’s political enemies, like opposition leader Alexei Navalny, have been attempted to be killed and poisoned, says Paski.

Russia has a long and well-documented history of using chemical weapons. 

U.N. Security Council will meet on Friday at Russia’s request, to talk about Russia’s claims that the United States is using biological or chemical weapons in the Ukraine. 

Exactly the kind of false flag Russia could use to justify a biological or chemical weapons attack, a spokesperson for U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield said, as reported by CNN. 

His message was that Russia won’t be able to get away with gagling the world or using the UN Security Council as a place to spread its lies to the world. 

People know that Russia has used chemical weapons before. It also has a long history of having a biological weapons program that is against the rules of the international community.

Russia, on the other hand, has a history of falsely accusing the West of the same crimes that Russia is guilty of itself Dalton also came up with a way to do it.

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