President Trump said: UN 'Must Hold China Accountable for Their Actions' Regarding Coronavirus Pandemic

Having accused China of being behind the initial dangerous spread of the novel coronavirus, the US axed its funding of the World Health Organisation, which Washington claimed was acting pro-China.


In his recorded speech to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, which is held on-line this year, US President Donald Trump will call on the UN to "
hold China accountable for their actions" vis-a-vis the still raging coronavirus pandemic.

“Later, they falsely said people without symptoms would not spread the disease..." he is expected to continue

“The Chinese government, and the World Health Organization – which is virtually controlled by China – falsely declared that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission,” Trump will say, with an excerpt from his would-be speech cited by Reuters.

Another issue POTUS will dwell on in his speech is the Israeli issue, expected to promise "more peace agreements with Sirael shortly".



Trump toyed with the idea of delivering his General Assembly address in person, to a nearly empty hall, but the White House confirmed Thursday that Trump would not be travelling to New York City after all in light of the padenmic-induced measures. World leaders who decided to physically  attend the Assembly, would have to follow New York’s quarantine rules for travelers, meaning they’d  have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival




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