The Director General of the World Health Organization
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has said that the biggest threat at present is not from Corona but from the lack of leadership and solidarity at the global level.
The World Health Organization, the Director General of the WHO,
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has said that the biggest threat at present is not from Corona but from the lack of leadership and solidarity at the global and national levels. Ghebreyesus said that as a divided world we cannot defeat this epidemic. It is a tragedy that is forcing us to remember many of our friends, losing many lives.
Calling global leaders to fight in solidarity against the Corona virus epidemic,
he said, ‘How hard it is to unite humans to fight a common enemy that is killing people indiscriminately.
Are we unable to distinguish or identify with a shared enemy? Can we not understand that the division or cracks between us are really beneficial for the virus? ‘
He called on global forces to come together and said that Kovid-19 is a test of global solidarity and global leadership.
The statement by the head of the World Health Organization comes at a time when the Trump administration has announced the withdrawal of the US from the WHO.
Trump said in the past that the United States supports $ 405 million ($ 450 million) annually to the World Health Organization. Even then, China, with only $ 40 million (40 million) to help, has complete control over it.
According to the World Health Organization,
the World Health Organization’s two-member team has left for China to detect the corona virus.
This team will reach Beijing on Saturday. The team of experts will investigate the source of the corona. Several world leaders, including US President Donald Trump, have alleged that the deadly virus originated from Wuhan Lab. The WHO team will investigate these allegations. In the past, China had allowed the WHO team to come.