According to Lianhe Zaobao on September 4, the United States plans to use the dues that have not yet been paid to the World Health Organization in fiscal year 2020 to pay the dues to the United Nations. < / P > < p > according to reports, the US State Department said in a statement on Thursday that the United States intends to re plan the contributions that have not yet been paid to who in fiscal year 2020 to pay the United Nations dues. < / P > < p > by July 2021, the United States will further reduce its contact with who, including recalling and reallocating experts from the Department of health and human services at WHO headquarters, regional and national offices. Whether the United States participates in who technical meetings and activities will depend on the situation. US Deputy Assistant Secretary of state Cooke said at a press conference on Wednesday that the US side will allocate to the United Nations about $62 million of its outstanding contributions to who in fiscal year 2020 and about $18 million of its outstanding contributions in fiscal year 2019 as contributions to the United Nations.