Zimbabwe’s foreign minister: Blaming China is not the way to defeat COVID-19

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Zimbabwe’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Frederick Shava issued a statement on August 30, pointing out that blaming China is not the way to battle against COVID-19, only through cooperation can the international community defeat the pandemic.

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