China, U.S. Discuss Global Health Cooperation In Meeting Between Chinese Vice Premier, U.S. Secretary Of State

Xinhua News: China, U.S. team up for global health progress
“China and the United States vowed to team up for global health progress on Thursday in a bid to beef up health and safety in both countries and the world at large. The consensus was announced in the joint communique of the first China-U.S. Social and People-to-People Dialogue, co-chaired [in Washington, D.C.,] by visiting Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. The document said the two countries have achieved fruitful results in health cooperation, addressed major health challenges faced by both sides, and managed to promote health and prosperity…” (9/29).

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