VSD does not yet comment on the information that has appeared about the possible use of the weapon causing the “Havana syndrome”

VSD does not yet comment on the information that has appeared about the possible use of the weapon causing the “Havana syndrome”
VSD does not yet comment on the information that has appeared about the possible use of the weapon causing the “Havana syndrome”
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“Currently, we have no comments regarding the information mentioned in the article,” the VSD’s Strategic Communication Department said in a written comment to Eltai.

ELTA reminds that a joint investigation by “The Insider”, “Der Spiegel” and “60 Minutes” published on Monday revealed that an officer of the United States Department of Defense was attacked with a weapon causing “Havana syndrome”. According to the publication, this happened during the NATO summit held in Vilnius last July. The study also indicates that weapons used by Russian military intelligence unit 29155 have been linked to the “Havana Syndrome”.

The Pentagon confirmed this information, with spokeswoman Sabrina Singh indicating that a Defense Department official developed symptoms similar to those of the “Havana syndrome” during a meeting of the leaders of the alliance.

The “Havana syndrome” is a collective term for symptoms such as headaches, hearing problems, dizziness and nausea, which many US diplomats and their relatives living in the Cuban capital, Havana, have complained about. Similar complaints have been reported from other parts of the world. The mentioned persons stated that their symptoms started after a strange noise or feeling a lot of pressure in the head.

The article is in Lithuanian

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