Some media said that duterte wanted to return China’s new vaccine. China responded

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Ambassador Huang Xi Lian, who was stationed in Philippines, interviewed the host of the new Chinese crown vaccine against pneumonia in an interview with the central broadcasting and Television General’s special voice of China, “great power diplomacy”

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The Philippines ambassador was asked to take the new Chinese medicine

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Ambassador Huang said that at the end of February this year, the first batch of new coronavirus vaccines from China’s assistance to the Philippines arrived in Manila

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So far, the Philippines has received 5 million doses of Chinese aid and Chinese vaccine purchased by the Philippines

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China is the first country to provide vaccine assistance to the Philippines, and also the first country to provide vaccine to the Philippines through commercial channels

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At present, China’s Kexing vaccine has become the “main force” of vaccination in the Philippines, accounting for 90% of the number of vaccines in the Philippines

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The effect of vaccination in China is good, and the acceptance and trust of Philippine people are increasing

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Ambassador Huang said that recently there were media reports that President duterte told me that he would return the new vaccine provided by China

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The above-mentioned reports are totally false and have been passed on from wrong to wrong

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In fact, the Philippines not only did not return Chinese vaccines, but also appreciated Chinese vaccines and hoped to purchase more Chinese vaccines

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Recently, President duterte also said publicly that he would be vaccinated with the second dose of Chinese medicine Xinguan vaccine

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Just a few days ago, President duterte told me that he had always trusted Chinese vaccines, believed in the safety and effectiveness of Chinese vaccines, and appreciated the important role played by Chinese vaccines in the fight against epidemic in the Philippines

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The Philippines hopes to purchase more Chinese vaccines

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