US White House spokesperson Psaki said that he was dissatisfied with the report of the WHO expert group and requested a second-stage investigation. An investigation team composed of international experts would go to China to conduct investigations that are not restricted by actions and information.
The United States and 13 countries Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, South Korea, Slovenia, and the United Kingdom stated in the report of the WHO Expert Group that the international expert research was seriously delayed and lacked completeness , Original data and samples.
As expected. In fact, before the report was released, the WHO disclosed the entire content of the report to the United States. The United States took a look at it: “Well! I paid (printed) so many membership fees, so I actually showed this conclusion to me!” I can’t see what I think. The U.S. is naturally unwilling to achieve the desired result. In fact, in relevant media reports, we can see that the U.S. intends to initiate and lead the second investigation. The New York Times reported that: as we all know, Chinese officials are very resistant to outside supervision and have tried several times to hinder WHO’s investigations. However, this report has not alleviated Western concerns about the role of Chinese officials. It also did not specify whether China will allow external experts to continue investigations. The implication is that China has repeatedly obstructed and interfered with the WHO investigation, so the results of this report are doubtful. And the results of the report did not meet the expectations of the U.S., so if China disagrees with “external (U.S.) experts continue to investigate”, the U.S. considers the report to be false. US Secretary of State Blincoln also said in an interview with CNN: “We are very worried about the method and process of obtaining this report, including Beijing apparently helping to write this report.” On this basis, the New York Times specifically emphasized the investigation. The identity of the Chinese scientists in the regiment hints at the unfairness of the report: The report was jointly written by a team of 17 scientists from around the world selected by the World Health Organization and 17 scientists from China, many of whom hold public positions or operate in the government. Serving in the organization of Beijing has a great influence on the report’s conclusions. The source of the data on which the report relies was naturally bombarded by the New York Times: Chinese scientists provided all the research data used in the report, and foreign scientists reviewed these data and interviewed Chinese researchers, doctors, and patients. It is not clear whether the expert team selected by WHO has sought access to other data or was allowed to collect more data. In other words, the United States does not want all the data reported to come from China. They save others by themselves, believing that China will only provide data that is beneficial to them, just like them. In fact, the United States may have already packaged a carefully prepared data and waited for the WHO to collect evidence, but it did not expect that the WHO would ignore or cooperate. Finally, the New York Times repeated its old tune, again pointing the source of the virus to China: but it is still unclear to what extent China will cooperate, and China’s cover-up and defensive behavior has contributed to China’s efforts to fight the epidemic to some extent. Be responsible for the argument. Local officials in Wuhan tried to cover up the epidemic at first; since then, Beijing expelled many Western journalists and put forward an unproven theory that the virus originated elsewhere-although the earliest known cases occurred in China, and experts agreed that it was almost possible It is certain that the virus first appeared in China. This is basically the conclusion of the report that the United States wants to see, or it also represents the conclusion of the second round of investigations led by the United States. I have to say that Americans are really efficient, and I have to show you the conclusions of the investigation. In addition, the word “unrestricted” is used very cleverly. Unrestricted survey means a wide range of data sources. Wouldn’t it be easy to find a few data that is not good for China? The members of the survey team selected by the United States are also particularly interesting: the United States, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, South Korea, Slovenia. Just ask you which is not an ally or sphere of influence of the United States! You can just send out the written report and forget it. Just look at the lineup and you will know the result. Some people will not believe the evidence even if they slap their faces. Only when they hit the wall will they understand the invincibility of the truth. The investigation can be done. Russia, Iran, Pakistan, Cuba, and North Korea must be added to the original lineup. Otherwise, the Americans may take out a bottle of laundry detergent while everyone is not paying attention, saying that this is a virus cultivated in Wuhan, and other countries except that they agree. Will not make any assertive words at all. Finally, I hope the customs will prepare a few more mops. Come on, do the anal swab first. What if the Americans bring the virus in? The achievements of China’s fight against the epidemic cannot be destroyed in the hands of these people.