UK Says It Shares US Concerns Over WHO’s COVID-19 Mission To China By Reuters

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© Reuters. WHO team at a press conference in Wuhan

LONDON (Reuters) – British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said he shares concerns about the level of access granted to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 fact-finding mission to China, echoing criticism from U.S. “We share concerns that they get full cooperation and get the answers they need, so we will push for you to have full access, get all the data you need,” Raab said in an interview with the BBC when asked if he shared the concerns. from the United States.

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