Countries Struggling to Agree on Funding Ahead of Suspicious WHO Pandemic Treaty

Basically, first world governments gave third world countries billions of dollars to agree to do lockdowns (which cost their countries a lot more billions of dollars than they received).

Now, third world countries, which have had their economies ravaged by this lunatic hoax, are demanding that they get way, way more billions if they’re going to keep going along with this idiotic hoax.


Health officials from around the world, as they gather to discuss a treaty addressing pandemic prevention next week, are struggling to agree on funding for developing countries and measures to thwart jumps by pathogens from animals into humans.

The meeting, starting in Geneva on Monday, is part of ongoing negotiations by the decision-making body of the World Health Organization to tackle pandemic threats in a legally binding accord. Representatives from as many as 194 member countries could take part.

Among the sticking points, according to more than a dozen people familiar with the discussions, are costs of measures meant to address the risk of pathogens emerging from wildlife. Risk factors, many of which disproportionately affect the developing world, include deforestation, climate change, rapid urbanization and the wildlife trade.

Since early in the COVID-19 pandemic, global health officials have sought to create a “pandemic treaty” to better prepare for future outbreaks. The governing body of the World Health Organization, or WHO, chose delegates from each of its six administrative regions worldwide to lead the negotiations. The delegates have met periodically with representatives of member countries and are tasked with forging an agreement by May 2024.

But governments remain divided, failing to agree on some of the basics needed to strengthen health systems worldwide. Those basics, all issues that hindered a coordinated global response to the COVID-19 outbreak, include the sharing of information, costs and vaccines.

Despite broad consensus on the need for pandemic prevention, negotiators remain divided when it comes to specifics. Ahead of next week’s meeting, according to officials interviewed by Reuters, the biggest sticking point remains financing for poor countries.

Already struggling for resources to strengthen their public health systems, governments of developing nations need even more funds if they are to invest in prevention. That could include measures like improved surveillance for emerging diseases, efforts to combat deforestation and more oversight of development in areas that could be prone to new spillover.

Nearly all of the highest-risk areas identified by the Reuters spillover analysis are in low- and middle-income countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America.

The kind of gibberish language that Reuters prints is mind-numbing.

I don’t know what the point of quoting this kind of garbage nonsense article is, especially at length, as Elvis often does. No one wants to read this shit.

The language is so tedious, it just makes you sick. Daily Stormer is supposed to be quick and punchy, and this ain’t it, bruv. This ain’t it. This for sure ain’t it.

Anyway: you get the point.

The story is: the West is demanding the third world get ready to do this virus hoax all over again, and the third world doesn’t want to do it, and is starting to view it the same way they view the West’s anal agenda.

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