New Delhi: India and China on Wednesday decided to strengthen bilateral cooperation, specially in the fields of maternal and child health, infectious diseases and other emerging health challenges, officials said in Delhi.
The discussions were held between union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad with his Chinese counterpart Li Bin on the sidelines of the world health assembly in Geneva.
Both sides favoured a closer cooperation in specific areas like maternal and child health, infectious diseases, geriatrics, emerging health challenges, besides collaboration in specific projects, officials said.
Working groups should meet more frequently to do the groundwork for more intense and meaningful cooperation, they felt....more
04:36 AM, May 23, 2013