The Senegalese health expert Momar Ondo said that at the time of the spread of the epidemic in Africa, Chinas proposal to build a China Africa health community is particularly important. Since the resumption of diplomatic relations between Serbia and China in 2005, the field of health has been a key area of cooperation between the two countries. After the outbreak, China continued to support Senegal in its fight against the epidemic, and bilateral relations, including health cooperation, have been further consolidated and strengthened in solidarity against the epidemic.
Mohamed Bashir, a professor in the Department of political science at the Algerian University, said that China has provided important support for Algerias fight against the epidemic, especially sending an anti epidemic medical expert group to Algeria to share successful experience with the Algerian side, which is very helpful for the Algerian side to effectively prevent and control the epidemic. China promises to take the lead in benefiting African countries after the completion and use of the new crown vaccine, which fully demonstrates Chinas great power responsibility and the importance of China Africa relations.
Frederick kongro, a China research expert at Joaquin Chissano University in Mozambique, said that by uniting against the epidemic, the relationship between African countries and China has been further strengthened. At the special summit of China Africa solidarity against the epidemic, China actively responded to African countries demands for fighting the epidemic and achieving sustainable development. Once again, China has proved by its actions that it is a trustworthy friend of African countries.
Ismail Buchanan, a senior lecturer in the Department of political science at the University of Rwanda, said the epidemic continued to spread in Africa, and Chinas support injected hope into African countries struggling with the virus. China not only provides African countries with urgently needed materials and experience to fight the epidemic, but also attaches great importance to helping African countries to strengthen their capacity-building in response to such crises, which fully shows that China attaches great importance to the brotherly relationship between China and Africa.
Fatima Zadi, an expert on African affairs in Libya, said that China was the first country to provide anti epidemic support to Africa, and once again proved by practical actions that its support to African countries was selfless and unconditional. Chinas support is not only reflected in the humanitarian level, but also in helping African countries to improve their ability to cope with major public health crises and achieve sustainable development.
Hassan Schori, a political science professor at the University of double Nile in Sudan, believes that Chinas support to African countries in fighting the epidemic is not only reflected in material assistance, experience sharing, and the construction of centers for Disease Control and prevention, but also focused on debt relief, free trade zone construction, connectivity, industrial chain and supply chain construction, which are closely related to the sustainable development of African countries Support in the field of peoples livelihood will surely push Africa China relations to a new level in the post epidemic era.