The second shipment of medical supplies donated by the Chinese government arrived on June 8 in Malabo, the country’s capital, to help fight COVID-19.
Jorge Bom Jesus, prime minister of Sao Tome and Principe, expressed gratitude to the Chinese government for actively responding to the country’s request and sending medical experts to Sao Tome and Principe at this difficult time in the fight against COVID-19. He made his remarks during a meeting with the Chinese medical team on June 6.
On June 3, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, prime minister of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, expressed gratitude to the Chinese medical experts and spoke highly of China-African cooperation in the joint fight against the COVID-19 during a meeting with the experts.
On June 3, Chinese Charge d'Affaires ad Interim to Mozambique Zhang Xiangyan and Minister of Health of Mozambique Armindo Tiago attended the handover ceremony of the second batch of Chinese medical supplies at the country’s national medical supplies storage center.
The latest shipment of medical supplies donated by the Chinese governments arrived in Gaborone, Botswana's capital city, on May 29.
A Chinese medical expert team arrived in Sao Tome and Principe on May 31 to help the country combat COVID-19.
A Chinese medical team arrived in Malabo, capital of Equatorial Guinea, on May 25 to help the country carry out COVID-19 prevention and control.
China donates medical supplies to Jordan to help fight COVID-19.