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Xi Jinping held telephonic call with the PM of Barbados


Beijing/Bridgetown: 14 July 2021 (TDI)- Chinese President Xi Jinping held a telephonic call with the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley on  Tuesday and commended the high-level exchanges and productive cooperation between the two countries since the establishment of diplomatic ties.

Mr. Xi Jinping highlighted that Barbados needs help during the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and said that being Barbados’s friend, China, will step up cooperation in vaccines and healthcare areas to support the country to win the fight against the virus.

He said both China and Barbados are committed to their people-centered development strategy. China is ready to enhance exchanges in governance and expand cooperation in areas such as infrastructure to push forward bilateral cooperation to a higher level. It will continue offering assistance at the best of its capacity for the national development of Barbados. He called on the two sides to enhance coordination in international affairs and work jointly to defend the common interests of developing countries. China is also ready to cooperate with Barbados and other countries in the Caribbean region under BRI. He is hopeful that Barbados engages actively in promoting China’s ties and cooperation with the Caribbean region.

His Barbadian counterpart said that her country is willing to strengthen bilateral practical cooperation and multilateral communication with China. Miss Mottley also called for promoting Barbados-China relations and Latin America-China relations. She also voiced her disapproval of the politicization of COVID-19 origin tracing and appreciated China’s positive contribution to the distribution of vaccines to countries in need

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