"In January 2020, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced that it would donate $10 million to contain the spread of the coronavirus in China and Africa.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation closely cooperated with Beijing to enable the sale of Chinese-produced medications outside China, new emails have revealed.
The documents, recently released from the US-based National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under Dr Anthony Fauci, were obtained by the American activist group Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act request.
The emails contain a 5 September 2017 report by Ping Chen, an NIAID representative in China, who told her colleagues she attended a Gates Foundation meeting that 'initially planned to talk about global malaria eradication efforts'.
The participants, however, 'ended talking in general Chinese policies and the foundation’s current strategies in China – capacity building to help China raise its national standards and leverage China’s resources to help others', according to Ping.
She mentioned the Gates Foundation providing funding for China’s National Medical Products Administration, previously known as China’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to appoint experienced Chinese-Americans who had worked at the US FDA to work in the Chinese agency.
Ping also claimed that the Gates Foundation 'is working with the Chinese government' to promote Beijing’s medical clout in countries, including those in Africa.
'More specifically, it helps Chinese companies to gain pre-qualification on medications so that Chinese company-manufactured drugs can be sold outside China, helps the Chinese to establish bilateral collaboration with specific countries in Africa, teaches the Chinese how to do resource mobilisation, and helps raise China’s voice of governance by placing representatives from China on important international counsels as high level commitment from China', the NIAID spokeswoman said."
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