The Director General of the World Health Organization spoke about the intelligence report of the US Department of Energy.

The director-general of the World Health Organization said that the politicization of research on the origin of COVID-19 makes scientific work difficult, but all countries should disclose what they know about the origin of the coronavirus. U.S. Department of Energy intelligence reports seem to support the theory that the coronavirus pandemic originated in a laboratory in China.

The intelligence report that came out last week had a big impact around the world. This time, the US Department of Energy joined the thoughts that a new type of coronavirus, which caused the death of millions of people around the world, came from a laboratory in China. The department’s assessment was revealed in a classified intelligence report recently released to the White House and elected members of Congress. On the other hand, the Beijing administration denied the allegations.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has made a statement for the first time regarding the report of the Ministry of Energy on the origin of COVID-19. The WHO has urged the United States and all countries with reports on the matter to disclose what they know about the origin of COVID-19.

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO, said: “If any country has information about the origin of a pandemic, it is essential that this information be shared with WHO and the international scientific community.” said.

FBI Director Christopher Wray also said in a Fox News speech that the source of the COVID-19 pandemic “most likely was a potential lab event in Wuhan.” The first cases of coronavirus infection were reported at the end of 2019 in Wuhan, China, where the virus research laboratory is located. However, Chinese officials dismissed the FBI’s claims as a smear campaign against Beijing.

On the other hand, WHO Director-General Tedros stressed that “we need to know how this epidemic started in order to prevent, prepare for and confront future epidemics and pandemics.” “WHO urges China to be transparent in data sharing, conduct necessary investigations and share results,” Tedros said, adding that they are in talks with senior Chinese leaders.

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