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Trump to UN: Hold China accountable For Covid-19

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    Andy Vip Member

    Jul 21, 2017
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    - United States President Donald Trump has urged the United Nations (UN) to hold China accountable for its actions related to the outbreak of a new type of corona virus known as COVID-19. This was expressed by Donald Trump at the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) on Tuesday (22/9) local time. US President Donald Trump used the United Nations General Assembly Session to attack China's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.In contrast, Chinese President Xi Jinping, in a pre-recorded virtual speech to the General Assembly, called for increased cooperation on the pandemic and stressed that China has no intention of fighting other countries. The leaders of the world's two largest economies have articulated their visions of competing against each other as relations have fallen to their worst level in decades against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic that has exacerbated trade and technology disputes. Trump, who is back in the running for the US elections next November, is focusing his speech on attacking China. Trump has accused Beijing of allowing people to leave China in the early stages of the outbreak to infect the world while shutting down domestic travel. "We must hold China accountable for releasing this outbreak into the world," he said in remarks recorded Monday at the White House and relayed remotely to the General Assembly because of the pandemic.

    "The Chinese government, and the World Health Organization which is virtually controlled by China" falsely claim that there is no evidence of human-to-human transmission, "he said. " Later, they mistakenly said people without symptoms would not spread disease ... the United Nations should ask Chinese accountability for their actions. " President Donald Trump promised to distribute the vaccine and said:" We will defeat the virus, and we will end the pandemic. " Meanwhile, China's UN Ambassador Zhang Jun said China" firmly rejects the baseless accusations against China. "

    " The world is at a crossroads. Right now, the world needs more solidarity and cooperation, but not confrontation, "he said. Skip this together In his speech, which appeared to be an implicit rebuke to Trump, Xi called for a global response to the coronavirus and gave the World Health Organization a leading role. " Facing the virus, we must increase solidarity and go through this together," he said. "We must follow science guidance, give full role to the leading role of the World Health Organization and launch a joint international response to defeat this pandemic. Any attempt to politicize the problem, or stigmatize it, must be rejected," Xi Jinping said.

    The death toll from the spread of the coronavirus in the United States surpassed 200,000 on Monday, by far the highest official number of any country. Trump has also attacked China's record on the environment, but has made no direct criticism of Beijing for human rights. Trump, who has often criticized the United Nations, said that if he was to be effective, he had to focus on "real-world problems" such as "terrorism, oppression of women, forced labor, drug trafficking, people and sex, human trafficking, religious persecution, and ethnic cleansing of religious minorities. " Earlier, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned that the world was" moving in a very dangerous direction "with US-China tensions. "We must do everything to avoid a new Cold War," he told the assembly. "Our world cannot afford a future in which the two largest economies are dividing the world in major rifts, each with its own trade and financial rules and the capacity of the internet and artificial intelligence," said Guterres. "The technological and economic gap risks turning into a geo-strategic and military divide. We must avoid this at all costs."

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