A spokesman for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) reiterated its refusal to allow the World Health Organization (WHO) to participate in research into the origin of the CCP Virus (Wuhan coronavirus) in China.
The United States and the European Union insist on the need to study in-depth the origin of the CCP Virus pandemic, which has caused disasters all over the world, in order to determine the most effective way to fight it.
“We need the right approach and allocation of our resources,” was the response of Chen Xu, China’s ambassador to the U.N. in Geneva, Switzerland, according to U.S.News showing that the CCP was unwilling to collaborate with research involving the WHO.
World Health Organization (WHO) representative in China Dr. Gauden Galea, reported that the CCP rejected the collaboration of the WHO, without presenting a clear explanation.
“The WHO is making requests to the health commission and the authorities. … The origins of the virus are very important, the animal-human interface is extremely important and needs to be studied,” Galea said of efforts that have been ignored by the CCP, according to Sky News.
“The priority is that we need to know as much as possible to prevent a recurrence,” Galea urged.
However, the WHO has been accused of covering up the CCP’s irregular handling of the disease outbreak, leading to its spread to all countries.
The contradictory behavior of the CCP in the face of the health emergency has been the subject of numerous criticisms and complaints from various countries and institutions.
Not only did it hide for weeks the appearance and dangerousness of the virus, but it also tried to manipulate the narrative of the origin, pretending that it appeared in other places, despite reporting that it had heard about it in the city of Wuhan, China, in December.
China source of CCP Virus
The official Chinese newspaper People’s Daily published on Monday, Jan. 27, “Experts confirm that the Wuhan seafood market was the source of the new coronavirus.”
“China’s Center for Disease Control reported on Sunday that 33 of the 585 samples collected at the seafood market tested positive for the new strain of coronavirus that caused the outbreak of pneumonia in Wuhan,” it added in its article.
The CCP, far from admitting responsibility for the mismanagement of the spread, has responded with increasing diplomatic aggression.
The Trump administration has gathered intelligence reports and other information that makes it seriously doubt the versions presented by the CCP on the sensitive issue.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been consistent in publicizing the Party’s lack of transparency regarding the CCP Virus pandemic.
“We strongly believe that the Chinese Communist Party did not report the outbreak of the new coronavirus in a timely fashion to the World Health Organization,” Pompeo reiterated.
“China [the CCP] is still refusing to share the information we need to keep people safe,” he added, as the United States explores ways in which compensation for losses caused by the CCP Virus could be obtained from the Chinese regime.
Deaths in the United States exceed 74,000, while worldwide there are more than 264,000 deaths and nearly 4 million people with confirmed infections, in addition to a much larger number of asymptomatic carriers of the dangerous virus.