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EU calls on Trump not to severe relations with WHO

Source : 112 Ukraine

Donald Trump broke off relations with WHO on May 29
22:06, 30 May 2020

President of the United States speaks on COVID-19 vaccine
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The European Union called on U.S. President Donald Trump not to break relations with the World Health Organization. This was stated by the representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Jozel Borrel, according to RBC-Ukraine.

The EU High Representative emphasized that in order to defeat the coronavirus, WHO must be able to manage international responses to the pandemic, and this requires the support of all states of the world, including the United States.

"Actions that weaken international results must be avoided. In this context, we urge the United States to reconsider its announced decision (on breaking relations with WHO - ed.)," the statement said.

Related: Twitter responds to Trump's order on social networks

Earlier U.S. President Donald Trump accused social media platforms of censorship against the Republican Party. Trump is going to introduce control over the social networks down to their blocking as he stated on Twitter.

We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen. We saw what they attempted to do, and failed, in 2016. We can’t let a more sophisticated version of that....,” Trump wrote.

Besides, he stated that social media platforms ‘totally silence conservatives voices’.

On May 26, a few posts of the American president on Twitter concerning possible falsifications during elections in California on mail were marked by the social network as those including misleading information.

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