Psaki offers no update whether China's Xi is helping to track COVID-19 origins

Lo scorso mese, a seguito di un incontro virtuale tra Biden e Xi, Psaki did not deny that Biden failed to ask Xi for assistance and told Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy that Biden’s messaging waschiarowhen it comes to determining the origins of COVID-19.

PSAKI DOESN’T DENY THAT BIDEN FAILED TO ASK CHINA’S XI FOR HELP TRACKING COVID ORIGINS

Asked then by Doocy whether Biden’s messageis clear to somebody who has a Zoom meeting with the president that that’s what he means if that’s not what he says,” Psaki claimed that America’snational security officials have conveyed very clearlyand that she does notthink it’s a secretthat America is looking into the origins.

Doocy asked Friday whether Xihas helped” e “been transparent.” Psaki ha risposto, saying the Biden administration would appreciate support from Xi and China in discovering the origins of COVID-19, but that she does nothave any updates on the participation or willingness of the Chinese to add and provide additional data.

FILE FOTO: U.S. President Joe Biden speaks virtually with Chinese leader Xi Jinping from the White House in Washington, NOI. novembre 15, 2021.

FILE FOTO: NOI. President Joe Biden speaks virtually with Chinese leader Xi Jinping from the White House in Washington, NOI. novembre 15, 2021. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo)

Lo scorso mese, ahead of the virtual summit meeting which did not produce any major breakthroughs, Xi referred to Biden as hisold friend.” In contrary to Xi’s remarks, Psaki said after the meeting that Bidenconsiders him someone he has known for some timeand someone he canhave candid relationships with.

Psaki speaks during a daily news briefing at the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House on December 03, 2021 a Washington, DC.

Psaki speaks during a daily news briefing at the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House on December 03, 2021 a Washington, DC. (Foto di Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

In ottobre, il Organizzazione mondiale della sanità annunciato 26 proposed members to an advisory committee aimed to steer studies into the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic and other pathogens of epidemic potential.

Fox News’ Peter Doocy contributed to this article.

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