The 4-member WHO investigation team worked closely with experts from China and visited Vahun’s important hot spots to gather vital evidence (AFP)
China Coronavirus News: When asked about this report, the Foreign Ministry did not directly respond to allegations of propaganda by China.
- February 18, 2021, 8:38 PM IST
Beijing The Chinese government on Thursday defended itself against the use of Twitter and Facebook for the virus campaign. A report claimed that China used social media platforms to spread propaganda about the location of the outbreak of the Kovid-19 epidemic.
When asked about this report, Foreign Ministry Chief Spokesperson Hua Chining did not directly respond to allegations of propaganda by China. However, he accused this report of taunting and said that China should also have the right to use social media.
Investigations by the Associated Press had revealed that powerful political figures and affiliated media in China, the US, Russia and Iran had allegedly propagated the virus around the world.
When asked about this report during the press conference, Chining said that some people of western countries such as America, China favor and do not want to listen to his voice. He alleged that such people are afraid that if the truth is revealed to the people, then they will not be able to propagate more and influence the thinking of the people at the international level.