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Studio interview: Obstacles in realizing Millennium goals

09-21-2010 18:36 BJT

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For a more in-depth look into the UN Millennium Development Goals and China's efforts in achieving them, we are joined by Professor Zhang Chuanjie from the Beijing Foreign Studies University. Welcome Professor Zhang.

Q1: The UN agreed in the past to halve global poverty and hunger by 2015. But it is still far behind on improving other goals like child education, combating diseases including AIDS, promoting gender equality and environmental sustainability. What obstacles are preventing these goals from being fulfilled?

Q2: Premier Wen Jiabao has left Beijing for New York to attend the major conference. What can China expect from this meeting?

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source:

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