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Opening new precedents, India, Australia and the United States to provide medical assistance to the Pacific

Opening new precedents, India, Australia and the United States to provide medical assistance to the Pacific

On August 2, 2018, at the Suva Port terminal in Fiji, the military band played the welcome song to welcome the Chinese Navy and the square boat hospital to visit.

On August 2, 2018, at the Suva Port terminal in Fiji, the military band played the welcome song to welcome the Chinese Navy and the square boat hospital to visit.

Original title: China, India, Australia and the United States provide medical assistance to the Pacific region. This time and the square boat set a new precedent

The reference news network reported on August 23 that foreign media said that the world's major powers are increasingly sending hospital ships and similar aid operations to the Pacific region to demonstrate their humanitarian strength. 

According to the Australian Radio's website on August 21, China's 10,000-ton and square-boat hospital ships across the Pacific Ocean, visited Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Fiji and Tonga, and the original data is impressive. According to official Chinese media reports, the ship has 300 beds and 8 operating rooms, and can perform 60 operations a day. And the boat of the square boat said that so far, it has provided free medical services to more than 4,000, 4,500, 6,000 and 5,500 people in Ports of Morzby, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Fiji and Tonga.

According to the report, in small countries with tight medical systems, these figures are considerable. Yang Zhaohui, the temporary representative of the Chinese Embassy in Fiji, told local reporters that the square boat is a powerful symbol. He said: "As a peace messenger, and the square boat reflects the new security concept of China's peace, development and cooperation."

According to the report, the hospital ship has aroused great concern, and the square boat and the "Sahia Delhi" have been popular in the Pacific. Dr. Tes Kane of TNC Pacific Consulting said that whenever the boat enters the port, it will welcome a long queue of people who want medical help.

She said: "They clearly meet some of the needs, because we see thousands of people who want to take advantage of these services in all the ports they call." 

China, India, Australia and the United States provide medical assistance to the Pacific region. This time and the square boat set a new precedent


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