Live: Presser on China’s water development in support of building a ‘Xiaokang society’

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China’s State Council Information Office holds a press conference to brief the public on water development in support of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, known as “Xiaokang” in Chinese. Officials from different departments attend the presser and answer questions. #RoadtoXiaokang2021

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