“To me this is not about politics, I am not there to delve into the politics of the WHO I am purely interested in their information and the way they responded to the COVID-19 crisis,” he said.
He said if Aylward is prepared to do media interviews he should testify.
“I don’t understand the difference. If he is prepared to come forward and on the record answer questions, why wouldn’t he want to do that with our committee.”
Davies said Aylward has a global perspective that will be valuable in the committee’s research.