The UK says China has questions to answer about the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Britain said Monday that China had questions to answer about the country’s sharing of the Coronavirus, but the US-led intelligence consortium declined to comment on reports that Beijing was accused of covering up.
In recent days, the US has reduced the rhetoric of Chinese criminology to the novel Coronavirus. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday there was evidence of the disease from a Chinese laboratory.
The US. Investigations have concluded that the virus is neither man-made nor genetically modified. Washington has not yet publicly offered any evidence that the virus came from a laboratory, which Beijing vehemently denies.
The Australian Telegraph, in a 15-page research document led by Five Eyes Intelligence, said China had deliberately suppressed or destroyed evidence of the coronavirus outbreak in an “attack on international transparency” that claimed tens of thousands of lives.
Five Eyes Groups of the U.S., British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Intelligence.
Ben Wallace, Secretary of Defense of the British, said: ‘I receive newsletters daily from our agencies all over the world. I’m not saying what I’d and didn’t see on individual newsletters.
Asked if China has questions about how quickly the world has realized the magnitude of the crisis, Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said: “I think it can happen.”
“To be frank and open about China’s inclination, it’s short visits, but it’s also successes,” Wallace said, adding that it was time for an autopsy after the explosion.
Reuters did not see the Five Eyes document and could not immediately verify the Australian Telegraph report. According to a Western intelligence agency, it is now widely accepted that China is not fully transparent.
The US. President Donald Trump said Thursday that he believed the coronavirus appeared in a Chinese virology laboratory. He told Reuters in an interview Wednesday that I look at options in terms of the consequences for Beijing due to the virus.
Pompeo on Sunday said there was “significant evidence” that a new coronavirus virus had emerged from a Chinese laboratory, although he did not deny that the US intelligence agencies’ decision was man-made.
China is endangering other countries by covering up news of the virus, silencing or “disappearing” talking doctors, destroying evidence in laboratories and refusing to provide direct samples to international scientists working on the vaccine, according to the Five Telegraph.
“‘In the genomics laboratory, virus sequences were ordered to be destroyed, wildlife markets blackened, the gene sequence not publically shared, and the Shanghai laboratory,” the Telegraph quoted.
China has repeatedly denied that it has covered any details of the Coronavirus outbreak, and claims that Washington is pointing the finger at its flawed response. There are more cases and more fatalities in the United States.
“As we have repeatedly pointed out, China is fighting the COVID-19 in an open, transparent and responsible manner,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zheng Zhuang told a regular daily briefing on April 24.
Last month the Chinese ambassador to London Liu Xiaoming said that the US should not attempt to intimidate the people.