Washington, ANI. US President Donald Trump has once again attacked the World Health Organization. Trump attacked the World Health Organization, citing a January 14 tweet by the United Nations (UN) health body that claimed the corona virus was not a human-to-human infection.
Trump said the World Health Organization (WHO) had reported in a tweet on January 14 that the corona virus was not a human-to-human infection, whereas it was not. Trump further said that he criticized me a lot while I said that we are going to stop flights from China. He was wrong in many ways. Trump also said that his government is working to provide new treatments and medicines without delay.
WHO threatens to stop funding
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has threatened to block the funds of the global body. At a regular press conference at the White House, Trump said, “We are going to stop the money being given to WHO.” We will see that it should be strictly prohibited. If it works then that’s a good thing. All his advice was wrong, which is not right. Trump also condemned the initial guidelines issued by the WHO to prevent the spread of the epidemic.
Trump thanked India
The US President also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the decision on the export of hydroxychloroquine in the wake of the global coronavirus epidemic. The US President said that our national reserves are now equipped with about 30 million hydrochlorchloroquine drugs. Addressing a press conference, Trump said, “I want to thank the Prime Minister of India, Modi, that we requested him after the problem.”
Earlier, President Trump thanked India in a tweet and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his strong leadership. Trump had said that extraordinary times also require close collaboration between friends. Thanks to India and the Indian people for the HCQ decision. It will not be forgotten! Thank you to Prime Minister @NarendraModi for your strong leadership to help not only India, but humanity in this fight! ”