Hong Kong, August 25 (Xinhua) - The Washington posture on the research of the origins of Covid-19 seems more about politics, in particular "committing China from A position of strength, "he said that a piece of opinion published in South China Morning Post Tuesday.

The article, entitled "What does the United States really expect to achieve with your probe in the origins of Coronavirus?" It was written by Gary Wong Chi-he, member of The Board of the Chinese Association of Studies of Hong Kong and Macao.

At the end of March, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched a report on the overall monitoring of the origins of Covid-19, after a joint study 28 days in Wuhan by 34 experts from WHO and China.

while the world was still digesting the findings of the first phase of the origin tracking study, the president of the USA UU Joe Biden in PA may ordered that The US intelligence community UU produce a report on the origins of Covid-19 within 90 days.

"The 90-day research of the United States intelligence community has a thin opportunity to produce something significant. Worse still, it could distract further from the course of The WHO study and hamper progress in the control and prevention of the pandemic ". said the article.

"It is unlikely to produce a definitive answer" and "few outside the United States will accept its conclusion" because there is no independent corroboration, Wong Chi-it quoted it who wrote the Magazine of Foreign Affairs this month.

"The United States would be wise to uncouple public health and geopolitics, it must return to commit and build on the work that has begun and protects its citizens by learning from His pandemic failures, "said his article. EndItem

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