CIA Chief in Vienna Fired for Mismanagement of Havana Syndrome Incidents

CIA’s Vienna station chief had has been fired for allegedly responding too slowly to claims of Havana Syndrome among intelligence personnel.

The station chief was skeptical about the dozens of US personnel in the Austrian capital and their children experiencing Havana Syndrome that was reported.

Vienna currently has the most Havana syndrome cases compared to other countries where the CIA or US diplomats are stationed. 

The firing of the Vienna CIA chief came a day after the Havana Syndrome was reported in India. 

The CIA has not yet commented on the Washington Post Report while it has not made any announcement regarding their personnel. 

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