China pledged continued support to facilitate foreign purchases of protective materials and equipment for combating COVID-19, vowing on Tuesday to maintain the stability of global industrial chains with other countries. “As Chinese companies resume work and production, they will provide more materials to support global society to help others deal with the pandemic,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a news conference in Beijing. A similar message was conveyed by State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Monday to Emmanuel Bonne, diplomatic counselor to French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday via phone. Wang said that China will keep its anti-epidemic material exports open to the rest of the world, even though domestic demand is still great. China believes that by helping other countries get past the pandemic, it is also helping itself, according to a news release on the Foreign Ministry’s website. So far, 30 countries and two international organizations have signed agreements with Chinese exporters to purchase products including face masks, protective suits and nucleic acid testing reagents, according to Hua. “Many other countries are in talks with Chinese companies over purchases,” she said. Meanwhile, the Chinese government has donated medical materials including surgical masks, N95 masks,… Read full this story
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