China pledges to strengthen vaccine support with Thailand: FM Wang Yi

Apr 23 2021 01:24 PM
China pledges to strengthen vaccine support with Thailand: FM Wang Yi

BEIJING: China is ever ready to build up vaccine collaboration with Thailand and help the Southeast Asian country completely to beat the Covid-19 pandemic, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.

Describing the China-Thailand affiliation as close as one family, Wang said that under the high-level strategic guidance of the two countries, bilateral ties have overcome the impact of the pandemic and maintained a momentum of growing from strength to strength.

As this year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), China is embarking on a new journey of development and revitalization, Wang said, adding that Thailand will also usher in new development in the post-pandemic era.

China is willing to work together with Thailand in high-quality Belt and Road cooperation, and inject fresh impetus into the economic development of the two countries and the whole region at large, Wang said.

Noting that this year also marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of dialogue relations between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Wang said that in this important year of building on past successes to further advance bilateral relations, China is ready to work with ASEAN to draw on the successful experience over the past 30 years and work out plans for bilateral cooperation in the post-pandemic era so as to elevate China-ASEAN relations to a new level.

Don thanked China for offering valuable support and sincere assistance to Thailand in its fight against the pandemic and voiced hope that the two sides will continue to strengthen cooperation on epidemic prevention and control.


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