Friday 27 March 2020 - 08:47
U.S. State Department holds China special responsibility in fight against Corona
The U.S. State Department has held China particularly accountable to the world for the fight against the coronavirus, and is obliged to assist other countries.
The Foreign Ministry again criticized China, noting that Beijing is responsible for "hiding information about what happened in Wuhan."
"I would simply like to say that the Chinese Communist Party has a special responsibility to provide assistance to the world, which is not bound by the terms and conditions, and it must take responsibility for concealing information about what happened in Wuhan, which is something that Everyone is aware of it."
"All the countries of the world. It should be able to receive high-quality transparent assistance from any donor, and we urge all donors, especially China, which we believe have a special responsibility in this regard, to provide such assistance."
Richardson also said in marketing his point of view: "We cannot burden countries with financial difficulties, which are currently experiencing the epidemic as well as economic difficulties. We must not ask them to enter into other debts so that their population remains healthy."
Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh and Vietnam were among the "high priority countries," usaid vice president Bonnie Glick said, adding that plans to receive U.S. assistance in the fight against the new coronavirus include Zambia. Zimbabwe, Indonesia, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, philippines, Ethiopia and South Africa.