Stronger economic policies and international cooperation will support the world's recovery from the pandemic, and China returning faster to normalcy could be a major stabilizer of the global economy, experts from home and abroad said at a forum on Wednesday.
Participants in an international online forum that brought together global think tanks have called on the international community to strengthen solidarity and cooperation－the most forceful weapon in overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement they released on Wednesday.
On June 6, Online Advanced Seminar on "Digital Silk Road", hosted by the International Cooperation Center of National Development and Reform Commission and Tanoto Foundation, organized by China Academy of West Region Development of Zhejiang University, was held at Zhejiang University.
On March 22, 2019, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY) held the 143th lecture with the theme of “Returning from "Top of Africa" to think about China’s development”.
The International Advisory Board of the Silk Road Think Tank Association has held a videoconference and released a statement, calling for strengthening international cooperation in fight against COVID-19. Focusing on the theme of "Working together to meet global public health security challenges and build the health Silk Road," the meeting was attended Friday by more than 30 politicians and scholars from more than 10 countries, including Iran, France, Italy, Egypt and Greece.
The 3rd Silk Road & Young Dreams takes “Health” as its theme, and encourages the young people to elaborate the understanding, researches, observation, and suggestions on “health, healthy life, healthy psychology, healthy society, healthy environment, public health emergency mechanism, health cooperation on the Belt and Road”, so as to show the responsibility of youth in participating in global health governance.