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Cooperation and solidarity powerful weapons in fight against pandemic

Former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin has praised China for assuming its role as a major country in the global fight against COVID-19 by adopting "the strategy of international cooperation." He added, "I salute the courage and seriousness of the Chinese people who have faced the virus with discipline and dignity."

Raffarin echoed the remarks made by United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, who praised China's contribution to the global fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, noting that the Chinese people are making efforts for all of humanity.

China has taken part in this global fight since the very beginning. Over its course, President Xi Jinping has held phone conversations with the leaders of over 20 nations and international organizations, stressing the importance of solidarity and cooperation in securing the safety of a community with a shared future for humankind.

In a special video summit of G20 member countries held about a month ago, the Chinese President made an appeal, saying, "It is imperative for the international community to strengthen confidence, act with unity and work together in a collective response," while promising to support the role of international organizations in fighting the pandemic.

China has adopted an open, transparent and responsible manner in sharing timely information about the outbreak and genome sequencing of the virus with international health experts and organizations. President of the 74th UN General Assembly Tijjani Muhammad-Bande has commended China's leadership and transparency in fighting the epidemic.

As the virus rapidly spread across over 200 countries and regions in March, China has been aiding all parties to the best of its ability.

As of April 19, China has provided material assistance, including medical masks, protective clothing, nucleic acid detection reagents and ventilators, to 127 countries and four international organizations, as well as dispatching 17 groups of medical experts to 15 countries. The country has also donated 50 million U.S. dollars to the World Health Organization, unreservedly sharing prevention and control measures, along with diagnosis and treatment plans, with the international community.

In addition, China has set up an online knowledge center and an international expert database, organizing more than 40 video conferences to promote know-how sharing and cooperation on COVID-19 vaccine and drug research and development among medical experts from over 100 countries and regions. China's experience in preventing and controlling the spread of the virus has also inspired other countries, such as Italy, Serbia, Iran, the U.S. and the UK, to adopt similar measures, including setting up temporary hospitals and treating patients using blood plasma from recovered patients.

Once the situation was alleviated, China resumed production and stepped up the manufacturing of medical equipment to provide support to the frontlines in other countries. In response to the support provided by the international society to China when it was hit by the virus, the reciprocal humanitarian efforts have been inspired by the respect for life and have won recognition from the international community.

As Bill Gates said, "What China did is helping the rest of the world. Now that China is mostly back to work, some of the critical supplies, having China to participate in providing those, could make a huge difference."

In helping others, you help yourself. This global public health crisis has given the international community a deeper understanding of the idea of a community with a shared future for mankind. As WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom has said: "The rule of the game is solidarity, solidarity, solidarity."

The virus knows no borders or race. Solidarity and cooperation increase humankind's hopes to overcome the crisis. As former U.S. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger wrote in his article titled "The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order," "No country, not even the U.S., can in a purely national effort overcome the virus. Addressing the necessities of the moment must ultimately be coupled with a global collaborative vision and program."