Security The US Embassy in Colombia is suspected of Havana syndrome, suspected cases are already a couple of hundred around the world

Previous cases were reported from Berlin. According to the U.S. Academy of Sciences, the most likely explanation for the symptoms is exposure to energy gun rays.

The United States The Embassy of Colombia is investigating several mysterious cases of neurological disease known as Havana Syndrome.

Strange headache, nausea, dizziness, and memory interruptions were first reported in 2016 from the U.S. Embassy in Havana.

The central intelligence service, the CIA, has reported a total of two hundred suspected cases from around the world. The U.S. Academy of Sciences estimated late last year that the most likely explanation for the symptoms was exposure to energy gun rays.

The United States Ambassador of Colombia Philip Goldberg has sent an e-mail to Bogotán delegation staff saying that the situation is being “seriously, equitably and thoughtfully”, the newspaper said; The Wall Street Journal. According to it, there are two sure cases and several suspects.

According to a newspaper source, at least one family of embassy staff has been flown to the United States to treat family members after receiving symptoms.

“Adults make employment contracts and know the risks, but there should be a limit to hitting children,” the source commented.

Foreign minister Antony Blinken is scheduled to visit Bogotá next week. In August, vice president Kamala Harris postponed its visit to Vietnam after cases of syndrome were reported in Hanoi.

Of the previous Suspicions of Havana syndrome were reported on Saturday when Berlin police announced they were investigating the disease at the U.S. Embassy in Germany.

Director of the CIA William Burns said in the summer that he considered it possible that the symptoms were caused intentionally and that Russia could be behind them. Russia has denied the accusation.


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