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Ambassador asks about China-Africa cooperation amid COVID-19 | Updated: 2022-03-18 16:32
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During this year's two sessions, China's most important annual political event, foreign ambassadors to China put forward some of their concerns. The concerns, ranging from deepening economic and trade cooperation to expanding cultural exchanges, were answered by Chinese experts.

Winfred Nii Okai Hammond, ambassador of the Republic of Ghana to China, said he believed the bilateral cooperation will be better under the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation Dakar Action Plan (2022-2024). But the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging. He asked how to push forward the bilateral cooperation amid the pandemic situation.

Yu Jia, Director of the International Development Cooperation Department, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University, responded the question. Watch the video and find more.

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