Wang Yi met with Who Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

This article was transferred from;On February 5, state Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Who Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is here to attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.Tedros said he was delighted to come to China and participate in the torch relay on this special occasion. The Beijing Winter Olympics has brought unity, peace and hope to the world under the epidemic and will help people tide over the current difficult moment.Tam kung congratulations on epidemic prevention and control of China made great achievements and appreciated China’s strong support for resistance to disease in the world, spoke highly of China 600 million vaccine assistance to Africa and to provide “new vaccine implementation plan”, is willing to continue to work with China to strengthen health cooperation, looking forward to and believe that China will to achieve 70% of the world’s new crown vaccine inoculation play an important role.Wang said that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the restoration of new China’s lawful seat in the WHO.Over the past 50 years, China has carried out all-dimensional, multi-tiered and wide-ranging practical and effective cooperation with the WHO. China has continued to support and actively participated in the WHO’s efforts to address various challenges.Together we have successfully fought Ebola, and together we will fight novel Coronavirus.Wang yi said that since the outbreak of the epidemic, China has upheld the principle of putting the people and life first, and has always upheld the spirit of global solidarity in fighting the epidemic and taken concrete actions to support global public health security.We overcame our own difficulties and launched the largest emergency humanitarian operation since the founding of new China, supplying more than 2.1 billion doses of vaccines to more than 120 countries and international organizations.Many developing countries, particularly in Africa, received their first batches of vaccines from China, as did most of the vaccines they have received so far.China supports the GLOBAL Vaccination Strategy proposed by the WHO, and stands ready to strengthen cooperation with the WHO on bridging the immunization gap and making vaccines accessible and affordable in developing countries, so as to make our due contribution to the global victory over the epidemic and jointly build a community of health for mankind.

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