CIA Chief Warns Russian Intelligence On Havana Syndrome Incidents

CIA Director William J. Burns has reportedly warned Russian intelligence that they will face “consequences” if they are found to be behind “Havana Syndrome” incidents.

An unnamed source claimed that Burns delivered the warning after meeting with the heads of Russia’s Federal Security Service, the FSB, and the country’s Foreign Intelligence Service, the SVR.

During the meeting, Burns explained that there would be repercussions regarding Havana Syndrome attacks because they broke the unwritten rules of acceptable behavior for professional intelligence services.

The CIA has not yet verified the report while the Kremlin has also not commented on the claims

More than 200 Havana Syndrome incidents have been reported around the world in the past five years but there has been no logical explanation for its occurrences.

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