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Today’s quote from Xinhua World News, June 11th

A French biosecurity expert who oversaw the construction and certification of the Hong Kong-Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) Institute, said COVID-19 had escaped from the Hong Kong Institute. I rejected it. The newspaper reported on Friday.

According to the South China Morning Post, French expert Gabrielgra has “zero percent” a leak from the BSL-4 Institute.

“The lab is of a high standard. It was a daily task to confirm this. I was 100% involved because I had a background in safety (consultants), lab designers, and virology scientists,” Grass said. He emphasized. There was “no doubt” about the safety of the lab.

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The Paris-European Union needs to build a framework for strategic autonomy on economic, industrial and technological issues and military values, French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday.

“For me, the center of the future will be European sovereignty,” Macron said at a press conference in Elysee on the eve of the G7 Summit in the United Kingdom from June 11th to 13th.

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Josep Borrell, Head of Foreign Policy for the United Nations-European Union, called for efforts to bring multilateralism to life on Thursday.

“We live in a world where the demand for multilateral solutions is greater than the supply. We see more sectors, free riding and distrust than the world can tolerate,” he said of security on UN Security Council cooperation. He spoke at a Security Council meeting.

“Rule-based multilateralism is probably a well-understood term in the United Nations and Brussels. Perhaps it’s neither a simple nor a fascinating phrase, but our job is to bring it to life,” he said. Said.

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Beijing-Prominent officials warned that Australia could be a “big loser” if Prime Minister Scott Morrison didn’t pay more attention to his words in China, Australian media reported. It was.

Regarding 6PR, a radio station based in Perth, Mark McGowan, Prime Minister of Western Australia, Australia, said: That’s what the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) said on Wednesday.

Today’s quote from Xinhua World News, June 11th

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