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Chinese Foreign Minister Calls on the UN Security Council to Boost African Vaccine Access

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) spoke at a meeting of the United Nations and African Union on Friday. Image via Xinhua.

Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, called on the United Nations to help ensure the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in Africa, as treatments for the virus start to become available. The Foreign Minister issued the appeal on Friday at a virtual meeting of UN Security Council members and the African Union.

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