Those who stigmatize china on covid-19 have failed their own people - Chinese Envoy

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China has reacted strongly against some countries who have called for an international investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 and China’s early response to the outbreak, stating that while China was open to international co-operation, these politicians who have made such calls do not represent the mainstream opinions of the global community.

Hu Wei, Chargé d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Sri Lanka, in an exclusive interview with Daily Mirror said that some politicians who were stigmatizing China on COVID-19 were trying to cover up their own failures by not being able to prevent and control the pandemic in their own countries and their administrations were going to be held accountable for that by their people. Wei further rubbished allegations that the COVID-19 had originated in a secret lab in Wuhan, stating that until now, the authoritative scientific community still holds that the virus came from nature, with more and more evidence supporting their conclusion.

‘It’s a pity that there are always people who prefer to believe lies or rumors rather than facts and science,’ Wei said.

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  • hitan Monday, 11 May 2020 03:21 PM

    lovely please abolish our loans

    nina Monday, 11 May 2020 08:53 PM

    plz do not beg. only Chinese help to develep country

    RP Monday, 11 May 2020 10:12 PM

    Ha ha. China hid the pandemic, forced W.H.O. top officials to downplay and delay the global alert, stopped W.H.O. officials from admitting successful Taiwan covid-19 control measures. Now, benefiting by exporting faulty masks and testing kits for the same virus that spread from WUHAN. Not going to believe a word from C.C.P. run Chinese government or it's officials!

    SIVA Monday, 11 May 2020 11:01 PM

    This is an issue among the BIG BOYS its better for us to do keep quiet and let them reconcile themselves.

    Ben Navaratne Tuesday, 12 May 2020 11:19 AM

    Why he is commenting about our politicins ? He is not used to what democracy is. We are yet to find out in how many listed companies and banks Chinese shares are in. Let alone the assets they have acquired in lue of the loans.


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