Former Swiss Federal President Coty dies at 81 years old after contracting new crown

  Overseas Network, December 17th. According to AFP, former Swiss Federal President Flavio Cotti (Flavio Cotti) died of infection with the new crown virus at the age of 81.

Coty also served as Switzerland's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Interior.

  The current Swiss Foreign Minister Cassis said on Twitter: "I am deeply saddened to learn that Coty has passed away. His political spirit will always exist in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs."

  Agence France-Presse said that the first report of Coty's death was a local Swiss media.

According to reports, Coty died in a hospital in Locarno, Switzerland on the afternoon of the 13th after experiencing complications from the new crown virus.

  According to the report, Coty lobbied for Switzerland to join the United Nations, and also tried his best to allow Geneva to continue as the European headquarters of the United Nations, and helped ensure that the World Trade Organization (WTO), which was founded in 1995, has its headquarters in Geneva.

(Overseas Network Liu Qiang)