The symptoms of this syndrome include dizziness and nausea, dizziness, dizziness, dizziness, and headaches.
Madrid, (European News).- Wednesday saw the United States Federal Police admit for the first time that some of their agents have the “Havana Syndrome”. This refers to the fact that they are in Cuba.
Initial assurances by the FBI to an employee were that it did not have the right and no plan to offer medical advice. It now promises to make this an “important” issue and will provide medical attention. All affected employees.
According to NBC TV, some employees of the agency have the syndrome. After a former FBI agent claimed that he had developed symptoms of Havana syndrome after visiting Russia, the agency made the decision to make it official.
On condition of anonymity, the former employee stated that he felt dizzy and fatigued from working in a country he didn’t want to be named. However, he said that he would be sending him to the ambassador who was allegedly exposed. The Russian “electronic Jamming” operation disrupted communication for two weeks.
U.S. officials in Cuba faced a number of health issues between 2016 and 2017. These included the “Havana Syndrome” later on.
Since then, many American diplomats, military personnel, and senior officials have reported that they have been affected. The syndrome is characterised by nausea, dizziness and dizziness as well as other symptoms.
The US State Department believes the diplomats were targeted by an unidentified soundwave, but they have yet to come up with a conclusion.
William Burns, Director at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), suggested in July that Moscow could be behind the seemingly unexplicable events. Russia denied the allegations and claimed that these reports were false.