A new incident reported by an employee of the U.S. Agency for international development (USAID), working at the American Embassy in Uzbekistan, gave rise to suspicions that Russia may have been involved in strange attacks against American diplomats in Cuba. It is reported by Voice of America, citing the CBS News.
Citing unnamed us sources, the us television network reported that in September, the USAID employee and his wife reported the incident, which may have been acoustic attack, similar to those suffered by diplomats in Havana.
The source said that the USAID employee and his wife had faced a similar problem and was removed from the Tashkent state Department for examination, according to CBS News. It is unclear what diagnosis they were delivered, and what kind of care they were given after the departure from Uzbekistan.
“We can confirm that no incident in Uzbekistan was not” – said Tuesday the spokesman Heather Nauert.
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In early September, the U.S. said that 19 government employees were injured after a possible acoustic attacks targeting the U.S. Embassy in Cuba. Media reported that hearing problems diplomats could be associated with devices that emit inaudible sound waves that can cause deafness. 29 September 2017 US Secretary of state Rex Tillerson ordered most of the staff of the Embassy of Cuba and members of their families to leave the island because of the noise, which led to the deterioration of health of some Americans. The victims of the attacks in Cuba, was diagnosed with hearing loss, brain injury, cognitive problems, and other disorders.