China provides 65 tons of medical supplies for Venezuela
A plane loaded with 65 tons of medicines and medical consumables provided by Chinese government arrived at Simon Bolivar International Airport in Venezuela's capital Caracas on Friday, according to Xinhua News Agency. 
Li Baorong, Chinese ambassador to Venezuela, delivered the medical supplies to the Venezuelan government. 
"With mutual trust and sincerity, China and Venezuela are good partners in win-win cooperation. As the two countries gradually deepen mutual political trust, both leaders reach consensus on taking China-Venezuela comprehensive strategic partnership to a new level," said Li at the delivery ceremony. 
In September, Chinese naval hospital ship Peace Ark provided quality medical services for local people during its maiden visit to the South American country. 
Referring to the visit, Li said medical and health cooperation is a major part of the pragmatic cooperation between China and Venezuela. 
"Representing Chinese people's friendship to their Venezuelan counterparts, the medical supplies will contribute to the social welfare and people's well-being in Venezuela," said Li, adding that China believes Venezuelan people can achieve an independent peaceful and stable development and China will try its best to provide assistance and support in the future. 
Tareck El Aissami, Venezuela's minister of industry and national production, expressed thanks for China's medical supplies at the delivery ceremony. "The strategic cooperation between China and Venezuela brings well-being to both people. Venezuela will further enhance pragmatic cooperation in different areas with China and implement the consensus reached by both leaders."
Source(s): Xinhua News Agency