Within two years, China will provide us $2 billion in international assistance to support the epidemic affected countries, especially developing countries, in their fight against the epidemic and in their economic and social recovery and development.
China will cooperate with the United Nations to establish a global humanitarian emergency warehouse and hub in China, strive to ensure the supply chain of anti epidemic materials, and establish a green channel for transportation and customs clearance.
China will establish 30 China Africa counterpart hospital cooperation mechanisms, accelerate the construction of the headquarters of the African Center for Disease Control and prevention, and help Africa improve its disease prevention and control capabilities.
After the R & D of Chinas new crown vaccine is completed and put into use, it will make Chinas contribution as a global public product to realize the accessibility and affordability of vaccine in developing countries.
China will work with members of the G20 to implement the debt repayment initiative for the poorest countries, and is willing to work with the international community to increase support for countries with particularly severe epidemics and pressures and help them overcome current difficulties.