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ECNS App DownloadSpecial: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusChina stands ready to continue support for African countries in their battle against the COVID-19 epidemic and help Africa improve its capacity of disease prevention and control, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday in a phone call with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Xi recalled that after the epidemic broke out in China, the South African government and various sections of the South African society conveyed via multiple means their sympathies with and support for China.
“Comradeship plus brotherhood” marks the special friendship between the two countries and the two ruling parties, Xi said.
China firmly supports South Africas endeavor in COVID-19 fight, Xi said, adding his country will continue to offer help within its capacity to South Africa in line with the latters needs, share its experience in epidemic prevention and control, and strengthen cooperation in health care, Xi said.
Xi expressed confidence that under the leadership of Ramaphosa, the South African government will achieve positive outcomes from its anti-epidemic measures.
“We encourage Chinese nationals in South Africa to proactively support South Africas anti-epidemic action and hope that the South African government attaches great importance to and protect their safety, health and legitimate rights and interests,” Xi said.
China is willing to enhance political mutual trust with South Africa, understand and support each other on issues concerning the other sides core interests and major concerns, promote bilateral cooperation for more progress, and strengthen cooperation within such frameworks as the BRICS and the G20, Xi said.
Xi stressed that China and South Africa are good brothers who share weal and woe.
The Chinese side has been following the epidemic situation in Africa and provided batches of anti-epidemic assistance for the African Union and all African countries that have diplomatic ties with China, Xi said.
Experts from both sides have held video conferences for several times, and many Chinese enterprises, local and non-governmental organizations have also provided anti-epidemic supplies, Xi added.
Xi said that China stands ready to continue support for African countries, accelerate the building of the Africa Center for Disease Control and Prevention, enhance China-Africa cooperation on public health and disease prevention and control, and help Africa improve its capacity in this regard.
Xi called for the international community to uphold the vision of building a community with a shared future for mankind, strengthen solidarity, coordination and cooperation, and resolutely contain the spread of the epidemic, so as to protect peoples safety and health.
China is willing to work with South Africa to implement the outcomes of the Extraordinary G20 Leaders Summit on COVID-19, promote international cooperation on epidemic prevention and control, and safeguard public health in Africa and around the world.
For his part, Ramaphosa said China has contained the epidemic through decisive and strong measures, which sets an example for other countries and provides valuable reference.
He said he appreciates Chinas support for South Africa and Africa over the years, especially the precious assistance provided at current difficult time for their fight against COVID-19, which is very important to them and boosts their confidence in beating the epidemic.
Ramaphosa said he stands ready to work with Xi to implement the consensus of the Extraordinary G20 Leaders Summit and promote global solidarity and cooperation.
South Africa will continue to support China on issues concerning Chinas core interests, and steadfastly promote the development of relations between South Africa and China as well as relations between Africa and China, he added.MorePhotoHello again! Wuhan ends lockdownFirst flight from Wuhan arrives in Sanya since outbound travel restrictions liftedIn pics: painted sculpture art in DunhuangSpring scenery in Lhasa, TibetWuhan resumes operation of nearly 100 passenger trainsFirst outbound train leaving Hubei from Wuhan reopens serviceBand delivers serenade for medical staff in MexicoTokyo Skytree lights up to send positive message amid coronavirus outbreakEgyptian zoo birds vaccinated against avian fluStreet musicians perform for residents at home amid coronavirus outbreakIn pics: Full moon seen on sky in BeijingWuhan Tianhe International Airport reopens as coronavirus shutdown endsWuhan lifts outbound travel restrictionsNHS Nightingale Hospital North West in Manchester, BritainChinese American communities across U.S. make hard efforts to help COVID-19 fightNight view in Wuhan, HubeiFirst train makes stop since Wuhan lifts outbound travel restrictionsNucleic acid tests for quarantined arrivals in ShanghaiChinese restaurants donate meals to frontline healthcare workers in Vancouver5G unmanned delivery car put into use at Beijing Institute of TechnologySchools reopen for graduating students in ShaanxiJapanese students virtually graduate thanks to robotsHealthcare workers acknowledge applause and cheers from people on World Health Day in VancouverLeisure time at Kanchanaburi elephant camp amid pandemicKey tunnels on Sichuan-Tibet railway completedGerman city Jena makes wearing protective face mask mandatory in public areasWuhan slowly gets back to normalBeautiful creeping phlox blossoms in JiangsuIn pics: Jellyfish floating in sea water in CroatiaWuhan to resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trainshttp://www.ecns.cn/hd/2020-04-07/detail-ifzvcazm8251862.shtmlPic story: girl in Xinjiang gets employed to raise her familyIn pics: Chinatown in NYC amid coronavirus outbreakRelocated Tibetans embrace new life in LhasaChinas medical supplies for 18 African countries arrive in Accra, GhanaAzerbaijans Heydar Aliyev Center lit up to support Chinas COVID-19 fightMost popular in 24h$(function () {$.ajax({type: “get”,dataType: “json”,url: “/part/6/ecns_rank24h.json”,success: function (status) {var str = “”;$.each(status,function(index,obj){obj.title = obj.title.replace(/'/g, ');str +=+obj[“title”]+;});$(“#rank24″).html(str);},error:function(status){}});});MoreTop newsXi says China will help Turkey purchase medical supplies World trade to fall by up to 32 pct in 2020: WTO UK PM clinically stable: spokesperson Chinas top mobile operators to launch 5G messaging services Husband of nurse who died makes his way homeMoreVideoLast, pivotal Sichuan-Tibet railway tunnel confirms completion56-year-old man has big shoes to fillLINEMedia partners:Peoples Daily Online|Xinhuanet|China.org.cn|ChinaDaily.com.cn|CGTN|Globaltimes.cn|Chinaplus.cri.cn|Shine.cn|JSCHINA|
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