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Brazil's Lula Says Russian Invasion Of Ukraine "Unacceptable"

Brazil's Lula Says Russian Invasion Of Ukraine "Unacceptable"

Speaking during a visit to Spain, Brazilian President Lula said he is committed to finding a peace formula to end the conflict.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva criticized the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Tuesday, but said no one is talking about peace in what he called an "insane war."

Speaking during a visit to Spain, Lula said he is committed to finding a peace formula to end the conflict.

"I understand the European view of this war. It is unacceptable that one country invades another, but it is a war in which I do not see anyone talking about peace," he said in speech at a business conference.

Lula angered many in the West this month when he called for the U.S. and European allies to stop supplying arms to Ukraine saying they were prolonging the war, prompting a White House spokesperson to accuse him of "parroting Russian and Chinese propaganda."

After the backlash, the Brazilian leader toned down his comments and on a visit to Portugal and Spain he has condemned Russia's violation of Ukraine's territorial integrity.

In Spain, Lula again called for more peace efforts "so that Ukraine can keep its territory", backtracking a recent suggestion that the invaded country needs to make concessions to end the war and Russia should return recently invaded territory but could keep Crimea.

Lula talked about investments by Spanish companies in Brazil, mentioning a major infrastructure program to be launched in May that will be "promising" for Spain's firms.

"We want to attract a new wave of Spanish investments," he told the business audience.

A senior Spanish government official said his country's companies are expected to gain better access to public procurement in Brazil after Lula's visit to Madrid.

Brazil and other members of the Mercosur trade bloc are discussing concluding a trade agreement with the European Union that he hopes will happen before the end of the year, Lula said.

"We want a balanced agreement that will contribute to the re-industrialization of Brazil," he said, reinforcing his view of his country's need for technology and not just imported manufactured goods.
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Brad 1 year ago
Government data shows Hunter Biden secured millions in government funding and grants for Metabiota after he became part owner of the firm.  


Metabiota was one of the 46 Ukrainian Bioweapon labs that the US government partnered with, per DC Draino.

Hunter Biden’s laptop contains several documents regarding his team’s 50/50 ownership of Metabiota. The Gateway Pundit posted two of those documents from the laptop discussing Metabiota on Tuesday.
See below:


Following Hunter Biden and his company, Rosemont Seneca’s acquisition of a 50% ownership stake in the Metabiota, the government contracts and grants started flowing.



Before the Rosemont Senaca agreement, Metabiota was given a $349,513 contract from the government.
Following Hunter’s involvement, Metabiota was awarded a contract with the Department of Defense worth $23.9 million.




Here is a list of government contracts awarded to Metabiota.

Before Hunter was involved, Metabiota received a $649,882 grant from the US government.
After Hunter became involved, Metabiota received several million in government grants.




According to Daily Mail, Hunter Biden connected a corrupt Ukrainian gas company called Burisma with the Metabiota for an undisclosed “scientific project.”
The outlet added that Metabiota is supposedly a medical data company, but in 2014, Metabiota Vice President Mary Guttieri contacted Hunter explaining how they could “assert Ukraine’s cultural and economic independence from Russia,” an unusual ambition for a biotech corporation.

“Thanks so much for taking time out of your intense schedule to meet with Kathy and I on Tuesday. We very much enjoyed our discussion. As promised, I’ve prepared the attached memo, which provides an overview of Metabiota, our engagement in Ukraine, and how we can potentially leverage our team, networks, and concepts to assert Ukraine’s cultural and economic independence from Russia and continued integration into Western society,” the email reads.


Burisma Executive Vadym Pozharskyi emailed Hunter four days after Guttieri’s email in April 2014, disclosing that Hunter Biden had proposed a “scientific project” involving Burisma and Metabiota in Ukraine.

“Please find few initial points to be discussed for the purposes of analyzing the potential of this as you called, “Science Ukraine” project,” Pozharskyi wrote.


After Russian soldiers invaded Ukraine, the project turned into a national security liability.
The Gateway Pundit reported on Tuesday that Ukrainian President Zelensky ordered government officials to destroy all information on Hunter Biden’s Metabiota Company on the same day Russia invaded the country.



Zelensky sent out a decree on February 24, 2022 for government officials to destroy all information on the Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute, Mechnikov Institute of Health of Ukraine, and the Zhytomyr Regional Laboratory Centers of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, who all worked with Metabiota Inc. (Metabiota) scientists.
Read more below:



The controversy surrounding Hunter Biden is far from over. The Department of Defense awarded Metabiota a $2.5 million grant for studying bat viruses for at least one of their biolabs.
This Metabiota facility in Africa was studying viral sharing among bats that likely involved the coronavirus.
“SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH – COMBATING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION: EVALUATING ZOONOTIC VIRAL SHARING AMONG BATS, PRIMATES AND PEOPLE IN A HIGH RISK TRANSMISSION INTERFACE IN SOUTHERN TANZANIA,” according to the information listed.
You just can’t make this up!



Last March The Gateway Pundit reported on Russian allegations of US biolabs experimenting with bat viruses in Ukraine.

It now appears that the information was accurate.


The study shows US and Ukrainian officials studying insectivorous bats in Ukraine and detection of emerging viral and baterial pathogens including coronavirus.
So it wasn’t just Wuhan.
The US was also funding bat research on coronavirus in Ukraine too!
 


This links the Biden Crime Family to bat research at biolabs in Ukraine and Africa.
The Biden clan is not just corrupt, but dangerous.


 
Brad 1 year ago
Hunter Biden’s investment firm, Rosemont Seneca, invested $500,000 in Metabiota, and the company went on to raise several million more from investment giants like Goldman Sachs.

The firm has biolabs in several countries, including Ukraine, where Hunter played an important role in the company’s activities.

TRENDING: Hunter Biden's Metabiota Labs Received Tens of Millions of Dollars in DOD Contracts - Experimented with Bat Viruses in at least One Biolab
In their pitches to potential backers, Hunter bragged that they had done more than just get financing for the company; they had also helped it “get new customers,” including “government agencies” in the case of Metabiota, according to Daily Mail.
Brad 1 year ago
Ukraine: Hunter Biden's Metabiota Labs Received Tens of Millions of Dollars in DOD Contracts - Experimented with Bat Viruses in at least One Biolab

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