Coronavirus warning as a “threat” to China, which did not fall on the agenda with allegations of laboratory leaks from the United States

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The Kovid-19 outbreak, which began in December 2019 and has engulfed the entire world in the meantime, has claimed nearly 4 million lives and infected nearly 200 million people worldwide.

We do not yet know exactly how and where the outbreak started. However, recent information points to the Wuhan laboratory.

Biden decided to investigate after successive information that brought this claim to the agenda. A new appeal has been made by the United States to China in this direction.

Jake Sullivan, national security adviser to US President Joe Biden, called coronavirus a “threat” to China.

Sullivan warned China it would face international isolation if it did not cooperate with researchers investigating the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Speaking to Fox News, he made the following statements in his advisory statement;

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“Either they will take responsible action and let it go, and the experts will do the real work of finding out where it came from. If they do not allow it, they will face isolation within the international community.

Sullivan stressed that Biden’s putting China under diplomatic pressure is the key to uncovering the truth behind Kovid-19.

Sullivan added that the president’s visit to Europe helped build consensus on China.

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) had recently accessed the confidential report prepared by a US government laboratory on the origin of Kovid-19.

The report concluded that the hypothesis that the virus had leaked from a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan was plausible and merited further investigation.

The WSJ previously released a series of documents, including a report that three researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology were hospitalized with an unknown disease in November 2019, before the coronavirus outbreak. Thereupon, US President Joe Biden ordered the allegations to be investigated.

Former President Trump, on the other hand, has repeatedly blamed China during his tenure and argued that China should pay compensation.

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