135-member UN coalition of developing countries expresses support for WHO

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  • The Group of 77 and China have released a statement of strong support for the World Health Organization (WHO), countering recent criticism of the WHO by U.S. politicians. The 135-member UN coalition of developing countries, including China, emphasized the critical and central role the WHO has played, especially for the developing world. In Sunday’s statement, the G-77 called on all nations to “strengthen international solidarity and multilateral cooperation and partnership in the fight against a disease that is our common enemy.”

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