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Cooperation is vital

In the quest for the discovery of an effective vaccine against the COVID-19 virus, we should pursue a strategy of collaboration and cooperation with other nations. When we say, “We are all in this together”, this does not exclude China or any other country.

If we are to find solutions to the many serious issues that confront humanity, including climate change, we shall need to work together in the spirit of mutual understanding and respect. This is not a competition. It is unlikely that any positive result can emerge from a policy which antagonizes and alienates other members of the human family.

Miguel Melbin



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