The who announced the revision of the appointment of the President of Zimbabwe goodwill Ambassador
Director General of the world health organization (who) Tedros Aden Gebreyesus will review the decision on the appointment of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe as a goodwill Ambassador. He wrote about this in his Twitter.
“I’m listening. I heard your concerns. Will revise its approach in light of the values who. I will make a statement as soon as possible,” wrote Hebraicus.
Today, 21 Oct, who chose 93-year-old Mugabe’s goodwill Ambassador. This Gebreyesus said at a conference on noncommunicable diseases (NCDS). “I’m honored to announce that President Mugabe has agreed to become a goodwill Ambassador for noncommunicable diseases the who in Africa with the aim of influencing its partners in the region and to identify priorities for NCDS” — said the Director General of the who.
International human rights organizations and politicians have criticized the choice of who. So, the British authorities announced that the appointment of Mugabe as “surprising and disappointing”.
The representative of the US state Department said that the choice of Zimbabwe’s President as a goodwill Ambassador “is contrary to the ideals of the United Nations regarding respect for human rights and human dignity”. According to him, the US “disappointed” by the choice of the who.
As noted by Reuters, the West blame Mugabe for ruining the economy of Zimbabwe. Also the head of the Republic accused of violating human rights during the entire presidential term (37 years).