China faces global ‘isolation’ over blocking ‘real’ Covid inquiry, says Joe Biden’s aide

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Jen Psaki, White House press secretary, also remarked on Monday China’s “lack of transparency” is concerning to the US.

Asked about Mr Sullivan’s comments, she told reporters: “Well, I would say that, as you know from covering the trip, last week there was a great deal of calibration around — in the global community, among the world’s largest democracies, the world’s most important security partners, about how we were going to work together to address the rising economic power of China and concerns where we have concerns, which — the lack of transparency is certainly one of them.

“So I think what the President and what Jake Sullivan were referring to is: The global community has taken notice, we’re going to work together to exercise the necessary pressure on China to be a participant and to provide transparent data and access in this case, and China wants to have a role in the global community and global conversations.

“And certainly, they would take note of that.”



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