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President Xi stresses fight against HIV/AIDS

11-30-2013 20:39 BJT Special Report:2013 World AIDS Day |
Special Report:China’s Leaders |

BEIJING, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinpinghas called for legal and scientific prevention and control of HIV/AIDS as well as various social support for carriers and patients.

Xi made the remarks in a recent written instruction on the country's anti-HIV/AIDS work before the World AIDS Day, which falls on Dec. 1.

According to Xi, the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS concerns people's life and health and social harmony and stability and is the obligatory responsibility of the Party and the government.

Xi urged Party and government organs at all levels to step up the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Xi stressed legal and scientific prevention and control work as well as the smooth implementation of support policies, calling on the public to jointly eliminate discrimination and help provide timely and effective treatment and support for HIV carriers and AIDS patients.

Commenting on a report submitted by the Communist Party of China (CPC) Beijing Municipal Committee on its anti-HIV/AIDS work, Xi praised progress in the work and urged the city to carefully summarize experience to strive for further achievements.

The Chinese government has intensified its fight against HIV/AIDS, with special fund allocated for the field for this year increasing by 10.5 percent from 2012. Efforts have been made to expand the coverage of HIV/AIDS check and treatment while reducing patients' burdens.


Editor:James |Source: Xinhua

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