China has rejects call for an impartial international investigation into the origin of the coronavirus.
Chen Wen, a top Chinese diplomat in Britain, said the claim was politically motivated And the way China is working to deal with this epidemic will be hampered. He added, Finding information about the source of COVID-19 and how it spread early on will help combat the disease. The virus is thought to have originated from a wildlife market in Wuhan last year.
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Meanwhile, a report from the European Union has accused China of spreading misleading information about the crisis. The report said Russia and, to a lesser extent, China spread “conspiracy theories” targeting the European Union and its neighbors.
United States President Donald Trump has also repeatedly spoken out China’s role in tackling the outbreak. The US state of Missouri has filed $20 Trillion a lawsuit against the Chinese government alleging that China has not done enough to stop the spread of the virus.
From the very beginning of the epidemic, there have been calls for international investigators to be allowed to travel to China to investigate where the virus spread.
On Thursday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he would push for the inquiry at the World Health Council’s annual meeting next week. This council is the policymaker for the World Health Organization. Australia is a member of the Executive Board of this Council. The meeting is expected to discuss “learning from the current epidemic” and addressing future health emergencies. He added China coronavirus investigation rejects. We don’t tolerate.
On the other hand, Ms. Chen on behalf of China said, “The proposal is investigation totally politically inspired.”
“We are fighting this virus right now. We are fully focused on controlling this virus. Why is there talk of an investigation now? This investigation will not only disrupt our fight. Our resources and security will be compromised.
Ms. Chen said there were many rumors about the source of the virus. He called such misleading information “dangerous” and said it was “as dangerous as a coronavirus is a political virus”.
The governments of European countries have so far shown reluctance to engage in a diplomatic dispute with China at this difficult time. They are relying on China for important medical equipment to deal with the crisis. They want to keep the channels of information exchange open with China, to understand how the current virus outbreak happened and how to prevent similar incidents in the future.
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