According to media reports, the CIA does not currently assume that a foreign country is responsible for the so-called “Havana syndrome”.
And the US media quoted a temporary report that the CIA had no similar evidence.
Not all cases are explainable
Most of the mysterious illnesses that afflict embassy staff seem to be due to previously undiagnosed illnesses or stresses. However, there are also cases that cannot be explained. However, it is unlikely to be a sustainable global campaign.
Dozens of US diplomats and their families living in Havana complained of vague headaches, hearing loss, dizziness and nausea as of 2016. The number of embassy staff there was then reduced to a minimum.
Real Experiences, Real Symptoms, Real Suffering
Similar complaints were subsequently reported elsewhere in the world. The US government has not ruled out that this was some kind of attack – but has always maintained that it does not know what is behind it.
And when asked on Thursday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken did not directly address the report’s findings. “When you talk to people, when you hear what they have been through, there is no doubt in my mind that they have gone through real experiences, real symptoms, real suffering,” he said.
American diplomats in Geneva were also affected
In addition, “we will continue to do everything in our power to understand what happened, why it happened and who might be responsible.”
Three US diplomats in Geneva suffer from the mysterious “Havana Syndrome”. It is said that the disease has infected more than 200 employees of US embassies so far. (SDA/euc)
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