Vienna CIA Director Fired Due to Havana Syndrome

Director of the CIA branch in Vienna fired due to Havana syndrome

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The CIA fired its chief of Vienna amid accusations of his involvement in recent reports of the “ Havana Syndrome '', which affected a number of employees and even the children of their children. this was reported by government officials in an interview with the Washington Post.

Havana Syndrome & mdash; a combination of a number of neurological symptoms, including dizziness, nausea, headaches and hearing problems, which were observed in November 2016 in some employees of the US and Canadian embassies in Havana and their families.

The report states that the head of the Vienna department was heavily criticized for not taking decisive action in the face of mysterious attacks, and also claimed that he expressed doubts about the truth of the symptoms and showed insensibility towards employees. After that, it was decided to remove him from office.

It became known that last week an employee accompanying the visit of CIA Director Bill Burns to India earlier this month reported symptoms consistent with the Havana Syndrome.

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