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China to cooperate with other countries to reduce health injustice
    2018-05-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A SENIOR Chinese health official Monday said that China is willing to cooperate with other countries to reduce “health injustice” and achieve better health services for everyone.

Ma Xiaowei, minister of China’s National Health Commission, told the just opened 71st World Health Assembly that China puts high priority on the nationwide health care network.

He said that China attaches great importance to the establishment of a high-quality and efficient medical and health service system, and makes every effort to make the health service affordable.

Also deepening the reform has become a strong driving force to move China’s health service forward on a road with Chinese characteristics, he added.

Ma Xiaowei currently is leading the Chinese delegation to the 71st World Health Assembly, which kicked off in Geneva on Monday.

“China is actively participating in global health governance and promoting the building of a shared community with a common destiny, as well as helping developing countries to achieve their universal health care goals,” he said.

According to the Chinese official, during the past 55 years China has sent medical teams to 69 developing countries, dispatched 250,000 health care professionals and treated 280 million patients.

The 71st annual World Health Assembly takes place from May 21 to 26 of 2018 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

The Assembly is the WHO’s highest decision-making body, setting out the Organization’s policy and approving its budget. (Xinhua)

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