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Japanese officials accuse Wang Wenbin of spilling the epidemic in the US military camp in Japan: there should be no “outside the law” for epidemic prevention_新闻中心_中国网

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China Net, January 5, according to the official WeChat account of the Spokesperson’s Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in response to “Japanese officials accusing the US military camp in Japan of spilling the epidemic and calling for the cancellation of the US military’s “privileges” such as not cooperating with Japan’s epidemic prevention measures.” China Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin stated at a regular press conference today that there should be no “outside the law” for epidemic prevention, let alone “outside the law.”

A reporter asked a question. Recently, the number of new coronary pneumonia infections in Japan has surged again. The governor of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, Tamaki Dani, pointed out that the U.S. military stationed in Japan has spread the Omikjon strain of the new crown virus to Okinawa Prefecture. The spillover of the epidemic in the U.S. military camp in Japan made him very angry and called for the cancellation of the U.S. military without cooperating with the Japanese epidemic prevention. Measures and other “privileges”. What is the spokesperson’s comment on this?

“I have noticed relevant reports. The outbreak of a cluster of outbreaks in US military bases has caused serious threats to the lives and health of the people stationed there. This is not an isolated case.” Wang Wenbin mentioned that US military personnel have caused the spread of the epidemic in South Korea, Germany and many other places. event.

Wang Wenbin pointed out that U.S. troops stationed abroad are above the laws of the countries where they are stationed, they do not respect and abide by local epidemic prevention regulations, and ignore the life, health and public health rights of the people stationed there. They have repeatedly become “super spreaders” of the virus. This is a great irony of what the US claims to exert its “leadership” in the global fight against the epidemic.

“There should be no’outside the law’ for epidemic prevention, and there should be no’outside the law’.” Wang Wenbin said that the United States should thoroughly review the negative impact of its own actions on international anti-epidemic cooperation, and strictly restrict the actions of US troops stationed abroad. Take a respectful and responsible attitude towards the lives and health of people in all countries, and don’t be the negative example of the global fight against the epidemic.

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