Germany and France want to give the organization more money and power after the new crown epidemic highlights the long-standing financial and legal shortcomings of the who, an internal document said on Aug. 19, Reuters. Three officials familiar with the negotiations told Reuters that the reform plan proposed by Germany and France could be discussed within who in mid September. Such a short time arrangement confirms the growing concerns about the organization by the two European powers, who also believe the organization is too subject to external influence. A joint document circulated among diplomats involved in reform negotiations showed that Berlin and Paris said who’s responsibilities included preventing outbreaks worldwide and helping governments cope with the epidemic, but the responsibility did not have sufficient financial resources and legal power to support it. “The key is that the WHO mission does not match the source of funding,” a Western diplomat in Geneva said of the contributions paid by Member States on GDP. This document is very supportive of who, who should have more money and (they) are asking for an increase in assessed contributions. ” The move shows strong interest in comprehensive reform aimed at strengthening who, although consultations with the United States on the matter at the G7 level earlier in August broke down due to different views on the reform. The criticism of who has not been hidden in France and Germany. The two countries’ health ministers pledged to increase their funding after talks with who director general Tan Desai in June. But they are doing quite different things than the trump administration. The trump government has cut funds and announced its withdrawal from who from July next year. The focus of the French German reform plan is to strengthen who, in part, to enable who to make more critical comments on member states in the absence of compliance with the global rules on transparency in health and disease reporting.