China has a choice of either giving in to the western powers’ demand and allow another WHO-led probe into the Covid-19 origin or be ostracized by the international community, US President security adviser Jake Sullivan warned.

US President Joe Biden’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan issued a stern warning to China during an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. Asked whether Biden intends to insist that a potential second probe into the origins of the virus must be an “independent” investigation, Sullivan said that Biden convinced Washington’s allies in the G-7 to pile pressure on Beijing.

“It is that diplomatic spadework – rallying the nations of the world, imposing political and diplomatic pressure on China, that is a core part of the effort we are undertaking to ultimately face China with a stark choice,” Sullivan said.

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Beijing, Sullivan argued, was given an ultimatum: either to acquiesce to the demands and “allow…investigators in to do the real work of figuring out where this came from” or “face isolation in the international community.” (RT)