US and China accusations of Coronavirus intensified
The Chinese embassy in France said the US President Donald Trump called Corona a "Chinese virus", saying the virus actually started in the United States.
The Chinese Embassy on social affairs website Twitter raised the question, "How many corona diseases were the 20,000 deaths due to the flu that began in the United States last September?"
"The Chinese Embassy further said that the US did not try to prevent pneumonia cases from the virus as the flu.
Les États-Unis comptent sur les mensonges et le racisme au lieu de la science et de mesures efficaces pour freiner #COVID19. Jeter un coup d'œil @thedailybeast sur les tactiques vilaine de la Maison Blanche pour détourner les critiques sur #Trumpandémie. https://t.co/eplfhhiBlL pic.twitter.com/3RIIK3XQa7— Ambassade de Chine en France (@AmbassadeChine) March 23, 2020
The Chinese embassy in France, however, did not provide any proof.
The Chinese Embassy in France expressed concern over why the US suddenly shut down its largest biochemical weapons research lab center last July at Fort Detroit base in Maryland.
The Chinese Embassy said that after the closure of the research lab, a series of pneumonia or similar cases began in the United States.
US President Donald Trump and his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have expressed their anger over Beijing, citing the 'Chinese virus' several times.
It is common to note that the coronavirus originated in Wuhan, China.
Since then the virus has spread around the world, causing governments to lockdown to prevent the outbreak.
Earlier on Sunday, the US president said he was "slightly upset" with China.
"They should have told us about the virus," he added.
Earlier this month, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian in Beijing alleged in a tweet that the US military had brought the virus to Wuhan.
In response, the United States called on the Chinese ambassador and accused him of trying to divert criticism of China's role in 'spreading conspiracy theories' and' starting a global pandemic disease and not telling the world. have been'.