February 25th, local time, Zimbabwean President Mnangaguwa delivered a speech at the launching ceremony of a water supply project in Nyamandlou region of North Matabeleiland Province in the western part of the country, expressing deep gratitude to China for its decision to assist Zimbabwe in the second batch of coronavirus vaccines.
This is also the seventh time since February that he has expressed his gratitude to China in public about vaccine assistance.
Mnangaguwa said that he personally learned on the 24th that China had decided to assist Zimbabwe with the second batch of coronavirus vaccines.
On behalf of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union, the Patriotic Front (hereinafter referred to as the Zimbabwe Democratic League), the Zimbabwean government and the people of Zimbabwe, he would like to be generous to Chinese leaders and the Chinese people. Fang expressed deep gratitude.
China announced on the 24th that it would provide assistance to Zimbabwe with the second batch of coronavirus vaccines.
Previously, the first batch of coronavirus vaccines from China to Zimbabwe arrived in Zimbabwe on the 15th of this month, and has now been shipped to all 10 provinces of Zimbabwe.
And the vaccination of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe has also begun.