G7 on Covid-19 Origin Investigation: The kind of speculation that was being made about the G7 Summit being held in Britain, it seems to be coming true now. The leaders of the G7 summit can request the World Health Organization to investigate the origin of the corona virus in a new and transparent way. While it has also been said to give one billion doses of vaccine to many countries of the world. This information has come out from the draft release of the meeting. which has been leaked.
Leaders from G7 member states Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and the US will gather at a riverside resort in Cornwall from June 11-13 to attend the summit. While the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is attending the conference in virtual format itself. He was invited by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as a special guest (G7 Summit 2021 Dates). In view of the current situation of Corona virus in India, PM Modi has not been able to go to Britain. However, he will attend the outreach session on June 12 and 13.
Virus claims to have emerged from China’s Wuhan lab
Hindustan Times quoted Bloomberg News as saying that the draft advertisement states that the leaders of the G7 country will demand a ‘new and transparent’ investigation led by the WHO to trace the origin of the corona virus. Even before this, many countries have demanded an investigation of China’s Wuhan Lab (G7 Summit 2021 Countries). In order to find out how the corona virus spread around the world. Several US intelligence reports have claimed that the corona virus originated from China’s Wuhan lab. However, China continues to deny these allegations.
What did India say on the investigation of Corona?
Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said on Thursday without naming China, ‘I think we support the need to follow the WHO report on the origin of Kovid-19 and do further research (G7 Summit) and India). In this regard, we have called upon everyone to maintain mutual understanding and cooperate. US President Joe Biden has also asked intelligence agencies to investigate the origin of the virus and submit a report in 90 days. Whereas when the World Health Organization submitted its report after investigation in Wuhan, China, it was said that it is difficult to say that the virus originated from the Wuhan lab.