China has recently been criticized by the G7 countries on the problem. The organization is looking for a new investigation into the origins of the unique coronavirus.
The G7 resolution calls for a WHO-convened Phase 2 COVID-19 Origins research that is prompt, transparent, expert-led, and science-based, including, as recommended by the experts’ report, in China.
US President Joe Biden instructed his intelligence community to deliver a report to him in 90 days on the likelihood of a virus lab leak just before leaving for the G7 Summit in the United Kingdom. This follows an intelligence assessment stating that three Wuhan Institute of Virology researchers became unwell and required hospitalization in November 2019.
The World Health Organization’s initial investigation has been called into question by calls for a new investigation. The WHO has been chastised for its pandemic response and failing to warn the globe about COVID-19’s human-to-human spread in time.
When questioned if multilateral organizations such as the UN and WHO had failed in the once-in-a-generation test of crisis mitigation, he stated it would be “unfair” to claim the system had failed, but that there were “shortcomings.”
Last week, India voted for Abdulla Shahid, who won with a three-fourths majority. Despite the fact that Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul has joined the debate. According to sources, both candidates were friends of India. However, at a time when no other contender was in the running, the country had already pledged its support to the Maldives.
In December 2018, the Maldives declared FM Shahid’s candidacy. Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul entered the fray in mid-January 2021, fewer than six months before the polls, in an unexpected development.
Furthermore, because the Maldives had never previously held the position of President of the General Assembly, and Afghanistan had done so during the 21st GA session in 1966-67, India chose Shahid.