Tannock: WHO Undermines its Credibility

No United Nations specialised agency has the right unilaterally to decide on the status in international law of any given country or territory.

From a letter to Margaret Chan, the World Health Organization’s director general, written by EU member of parliament (MEP) Charles Tannock, and co-signed by 20 more MEP. Within the WHO bureaucracy, Taiwan has to be referred to as a “province of China”, according to an internal, but no longer unknown, WHO memo.

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