Havana Syndrome reported at Bogota US Embassy

Families associated with the United States Embassy in Bogota, Colombia have reported experiencing Havana Syndrome symptoms.

According to emails from Ambassador Philip Goldberg and other embassy staff, “additional Anomalous Health Incidents,” were reported while investigations are ongoing. 

“Of course we have knowledge of this situation but I want to leave it to the US authorities, who are doing their own investigation because it is about their own personnel,” said Colombian President Ivan Duque on the incident. 

The Havana Syndrome reports came a week before Secretary of State Antony Blinken was set to visit Colombia. 

State Department spokesman Ned Price however has not released a statement on the recent Havana Syndrome incident or how it will affect the upcoming diplomatic visit. 

US President Joe Biden said that they would try to find who was responsible for the attacks and signed a law providing financial support for victims after last week’s Havana Syndrome incident in Berlin.


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