The United States has launched a front against China, with Trump announcing new sanctions and sidelining the WHO


First the Coronavirus and now the United States, which is angry with Hong Kong, has opened a new front against China. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has accused the World Health Organization (WHO) of Chinese occupation and announced the severance of US ties with the United Nations. At the same time, new sanctions have been announced against China.

In a scathing attack on China, Trump said Chinese officials ignored his responsibility to report the coronavirus to the World Health Organization. China also put pressure on the World Health Organization to mislead the world. Millions of people have lost their lives and suffered heavy economic losses since the first coronavirus was first identified in China.

Speaking to the media with his top officials at the White House, Trump said that China has full control over the World Health Organization, while China contributes only 4 40 million and the United States contributes 45 450 million. Citing reforms in the WHO system, the US President said that efforts have been made to implement the necessary reforms in this regard. But our request was not heard and no action was taken on necessary reforms.

In such a situation, the United States has decided to end its relationship with the World Health Organization. He will use his money for other health projects around the world.

President Trump, meanwhile, raised the issue of China’s border dispute and the South China Sea dispute, as well as encircling China under the pretext of Hong Kong. The US president has announced a number of sanctions, accusing China of breach of promise and betrayal. In this context, Trump described some Chinese people as a security threat and banned them from visiting the research institutes of important American universities. At the same time, it was decided to hand over the investigation of the financial activities of Chinese companies in the United States to a special working group of the President.

At the same time, dragging China to court over the Hong Kong issue, Trump announced a ban on the movement of Chinese administrators in the United States who are responsible for enforcing pressure policies in Hong Kong. In this context, the US also announced the withdrawal of trade concessions granted to Hong Kong so far. It has also decided to replace the State Department’s travel adviser for Hong Kong. President Trump attributed the decision to increased surveillance and espionage in Hong Kong.