Leaders of ASEAN countries and China, Japan and Korea (totally 13 countries) attended a special meeting to fight against the global pandemic cause by Covid-19 virus. The parties at the meeting reached consensus on three areas: stopping the spread of the epidemic, improving public health governance and promoting the speedy resumption of economic development in East Asia. Facing the current epidemic, the common human disaster, the East Asian countries are taking practical actions to implement the concept of a community of human destiny. The Conference highlighted the unity of the East Asian countries in the fight against the epidemic and set an example for the international community.
The pandemic is spreading globally, posing a major threat and serious impact on the health and safety of people and the global economy. In particular, as the epidemic grows more acute, the risk of social governance crises, humanitarian crises and food crises rise to the fore, it is a major test for all countries. In the current context, the 10+3 Leaders’ Meeting is another positive initiative, following the G-20 Leaders’ Extraordinary Summit, to advocate greater international cooperation and solidarity in the fight against the epidemic.
The epidemic has created shocks and challenges to world economic development, with major economies around the world facing downside risks and pressures. The consensus reached at the 10+3 Leaders’ Meeting on promoting economic recovery allowed the international community to see the practical actions and strong confidence of the East Asian countries, which received focused attention from experts.
In promoting international cooperation in combating the epidemic, China is taking concrete action. At a time when the epidemic is basically under effective control in China, China is doing its best to give a helping hand to countries in need and is setting an example for the international community.
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