Vietnam active in sharing COVID-19 combat experience: Spokesperson
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|Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang. (Photo: Nguyen Hong)|
Hang was responding to reporter’s question at a press briefing in Ha Noi on April 9 following news that Vietnam has recently provided medical equipment for many countries to support their pandemic prevention and control efforts.
Being aware that the COVID-19 is a global pandemic that seriously threatens the health and life of people worldwide, including people in Vietnam, the Vietnamese Government pays due attention to international cooperation in combating the disease, especially in the form of international aid, as well as information and experience sharing, said Hang.
According to the spokesperson, in its capacity as the ASEAN 2020 Chair, Vietnam has proactively proposed, hosted and participated in international conferences to strengthen cooperation in sharing experience regarding COVID-19 prevention and control.
Despite the complicated developments of the COVID-19 epidemic in the country, the Government of Vietnam is capable of delivering medical supplies to several neighboring countries of China. Laos, Cambodia, and some of its key partners in Europe seriously affected by the disease such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain and France, she noted.
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