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Fang Chunming proposes 3 initiatives to speed up medical pilot zones construction

27 September 2019 | News

Fangchenggang International Medical Opening-up Pilot Zone Strategic Dialogue Conference was held in Nanning, Guangxi

The Fangchenggang International Medical Opening-up Pilot Zone (China) Strategic Dialogue Conference was held in Nanning, China. More than 260 people were invited, including experts in international research and health issues at home and abroad, as well as representatives from medical institutions, medical device companies and other relevant enterprises.

Fang Chunming, vice chairman of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, said in his speech that Guangxi is willing to cooperate with ASEAN countries and organizations such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), in order to strengthen cooperation in the field of health care and promote exchanges and cooperation. He proposed three initiatives to share extensive consultation, accelerate the construction of medical pilot zones; strengthen mutual trust and understanding, promote cooperation between the SCO and ASEAN; stick to the principle of mutual benefit, work together to build a community of human health.

Banjong Mominjiranan, the mayor of Roi Et, pointed out in his speech that there are many excellent medical universities and medical departments in Thailand. It is the leader of the Asia Anti-Aging Association and an emerging force in the fields of regenerative medicine in the world. Thailand is willing to implement the principle of mutual benefits, sharing opportunities together, working with India, Bangladesh and other Central Asian countries from the SCO, to promote the construction of a high quality and collaborative health community.

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