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The State Department on Friday, the Chinese Ambassador called proposed according to a spokesman with China’s Ministry of foreign Affairs, the U.S. military could have brought coronavirus to Wuhan-where the outbreak first emerged last year.
A high State official told Fox News that Deputy Secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs David Stilwell called in the Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai on China’s “krass, global” disinformation campaign on the novel coronavirus.
It is unclear whether other explanations could have been discussed at the meeting. But it’s coming Ministry to the outside speaker Zhao Lijian wrote on Twitter: “when patient zero has to start in US? How many people are infected? What are the names of the hospitals are?”
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Zhao went on to claim that it “has possibly [the] U.S. army, the epidemic according to Wuhan.”
“Be Transparent! Public you make your information! US owes us an explanation,” he wrote.
Days earlier, China’s Ambassador to South Africa, his country exaggerated its role in the pandemic.
“Even if the epidemic broke out first in China, it does not necessarily mean that the virus from China, brought forth, let alone ‘made in China'” he tweeted.
The remarks come as part of a massive public-relations campaign, the Chinese, the world that the United States is to blame for the coronavirus infection, which has about 5,000 lives claimed around the globe.
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The Chinese government has already published a book, in English-with translations in the works in French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic — and campaigned for his handling of the deadly disease.
“A fight Against epidemic: China fighting COVID-19 in the year 2020” is a mishmash of red-hot state, the media report on the achievements of President Xi Jinping of the Communist party and the dominance of the Chinese system in the fight against the crisis.
Fox News’ Barnini Chakraborty and Bradford Betz contributed to this report.