Skip to content

The United States plans to resume part of its contribution to WHO, referring to China’s contributions

May 16, 2020

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, is finalizing preparations to partially restore his contribution to the World Health Organization (WHO) after a month of suspension after he, in consultation with the Chinese government, has denounced that the UN agency had the scale neglected the effects of the coronavirus pandemic that is devastating the planet.

To this end, the White House wrote a letter to the Director General of the WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, in which he agrees to resume his contribution, but only at the same level as China, which is one-tenth of the $ 400 million that Washington has allocated annually until suspension.

“Despite its shortcomings, I think WHO still has tremendous potential, and I want to see it exploit that potential right now during this global crisis,” the letter letter collected by the US network Fox said. News related to the President and verified by White House sources.

The United States plans to resume part of its contribution to WHO, referring to China’s contributions
The United States plans to resume part of its contribution to WHO, referring to China’s contributions

“So I decided that the United States would continue to work with and work with WHO. China has a massive debt to the world and can start paying its fair share to WHO. If China increases its funding, we will consider making up for these increases, “added the letter.

Receive Breaking News !

Install
×
Enable Notifications    Ok No thanks