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Premier holds phone call with Austrian chancellor on COVID-19

Updated: Mar 28,2020 07:06 AM    Xinhua

BEIJING — Premier Li Keqiang held a phone conversation on March 27 with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz on the COVID-19 pandemic.

Noting that when the Chinese people were in a difficult time to fight the COVID-19 outbreak, the Austrian government and its people provided valuable support and help, Premier Li said that as the pandemic is spreading rapidly in Austria, China firmly supports Austria's efforts to fight the outbreak and stands ready to provide assistance within its capabilities.

China will continue to provide convenience for Austria's purchase and transportation of medical supplies from China, Premier Li said, expressing hope that the Austrian side guarantees the safety and the convenience of life of Chinese nationals, including Chinese students, in Austria.

Kurz said Austria is deeply impressed by China's achievements in fighting the novel coronavirus.

Noting that Austria and China are good friends, Kurz said that Austria is currently facing severe challenges in epidemic prevention and control, and still needs to purchase necessary medical materials and equipment.

He hopes that China will continue to provide help in this regard.