The black streak for WHO began back in the 1990s. After the election of the Japanese physician Hiroshi Nakajima to the post of director of the organization, the Americans accused Tokyo of buying votes from developing countries with promises of high positions on the executive committee of the organization. Since that time, almost every election of a new director of WHO has been accompanied by mutual accusations of corruption and trade in positions.
There are also questions for the current head of WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the former Minister of Health of Ethiopia, who, according to a number of sources, was elected under pressure from China.
First of all, this is the first …