US diplomats have said two officials stationed in Germany sought medical treatment for symptoms including ear ache and fatigue, seemingly consistent with the mysterious ailment reported by diplomats in several countries.
At least two US officials in Germany developed symptoms consistent with "Havana Syndrome" and sought medical treatment, according to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report published on Wednesday citing unnamed US diplomats.
Similar incidents had been reported recently by US officials in other European countries, the WSJ said, but the quoted diplomats did not provide further details.
The report added that the intelligence officers and diplomats who developed symptoms had been working in Russia-related areas, including cybersecurity, gas exports and "political interference."
On Wednesday, a German Foreign Ministry spokesman told a regular press briefing he was aware of the reports, but had no further information.