A new batch of coronavirus vaccines with Chinese assistance arrived in Mali


Bamako news: China's new batch of coronavirus vaccines for Mali arrived in Bamako, the capital of Mali, on the 26th. Chinese ambassador to Mali Chen Zhihong and Malian Minister of health and social development sangare attended the handover ceremony held at Bamako International Airport. Chen Zhihong said that under the bilateral framework, China will donate a new crown vaccine to help the Malian government and people respond to COVID-19, reflecting the profound traditional friendship between China and Malaysia. He said that China is willing to continue to work with Mali to fight the epidemic and further strengthen bilateral cooperation in health and other fields. Sangare said that Malaysia and China enjoy profound friendship. China has always given Malaysia selfless support, and Malaysia is willing to continue to deepen cooperation with China. She said that China has provided many batches of anti epidemic material assistance to Mali, which has strongly supported Mali's fight against the epidemic. (outlook new era)

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