China says premature to begin virus origin probe immediately. @w_karve,when world suffers and Why China did not do enough to be pandemic.
US Urges Major Allies to Make WHO Include Taiwan in Its COVID-19 Assembly.
Last week, the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s principal legal officer Steven Solomon said that the WHO chief has no mandate to invite Taiwan to join this month’s key summit, the World Health Assembly, given a divide over the matter among member states.
Now more than 100 Countries Including India Demand Probe Into Origins Of Coronavirus, despite Chinese Backlash
The demand for Chinese Coronavirus Probe gaining around in WHO and need it’s further crescendo at UNSC will then to be listed in ICJ and EU CJ etc to gather pandemic can’t overtake from country with high-tech advance nation unless some irrational act subconsciously or consciously done for humanity to suffer devastatingly.
Australian newspaper reports the motion calls on W.H.O. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to “initiate at the earliest appropriate moment … a stepwise process of impartial, independent and comprehensive evaluation” of the international response to the pandemic, the actions of the W.H.O. and its “timeline” of the pandemic.
Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s refusal to back away from the matter has infuriated China which regards the W.H.O. and its leader very much as an extension of its own geopolitical ambitions.
Australia’s demand for an investigation into the World Health Organization’s bungled response to the deadly Chinese coronavirus pandemic now has the backing of 62 nations, all willing to support a draft resolution addressing the issue Tuesday at a meeting of the World Health Assembly.
India has backed a European Union resolution at the WHO meet seeking a probe into the corona virus crisis around the world. It calls for an impartial, independent and comprehensive probe at the earliest to review the experience gained and lessons learnt from the WHO-coordinated international health response to COVID-19. The resolution has been presented to the World Health Assembly which begins its virtual session by teleconferencing in Geneva today. 62 nations including Australia, EU, Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Russia, South Korea, South Africa, Turkey, Ukraine and UK have sponsored the resolution.
United States and China have not signed the resolution but expressed their no-objection into the matter. US had earlier sought an independent inquiry into the outbreak of COVID-19 and its origin. The “Resolution on COVID 19 Response” says that the nations are deeply concerned by the morbidity and mortality caused by COVID-19 pandemic, its negative impacts on physical and mental health and social well-being. It also expresses concern over the negative impacts on economy and society and the consequent exacerbation of inequalities within and between countries. The World Health Assembly is the decision-making body of WHO. It is attended by delegations from all WHO Member States and focuses on a specific health agenda prepared by the Executive Board. The Health Assembly is held every year in Geneva followed by the meeting of its Executive Board.