The World Health Organization (WHO) has resumed its negotiations to establish a global “Pandemic Treaty”
The “treaty” is an agreement to “strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response” and develop a one-world health system.
Earlier this week, WHO member states gathered in Geneva, Switzerland for a second time to negotiate the treaty and will conclude the meeting on July 22.
The member states have assigned the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body to complete its draft of the Pandemic Treaty by August 2022.
Once approved WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus -and any of his successors – would have unrestricted authority to implement WHO regulations.
The meetings are live streamed on the World Health Organization website: here.
The Gateway pundit reports:
The treaty would provide “a framework for international cooperation and solidarity” and address issues like surveillance systems and responding to outbreaks, Ghebreyesus said when announcing the treaty during a March press conference. “The world cannot afford to wait until the pandemic is over to start planning for the next one.”
In July 2020, former President Donald Trump formally withdrew the United States from the World Health Organization.
Immediately after taking office, Joe Biden reversed the decision and brought the US back into the WHO in one of his very first acts as president.