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Over the years, #China’s relationship with the #EU has withstood profound changes in the world. It has focused on dialogue, cooperation and mutual benefit, and demonstrated strong vitality by progressing with the times. 🇨🇳🇪🇺
It is important to stay committed to peaceful coexistence, open cooperation, #multilateralism, and dialogue and consultation. #China and the #EU are comprehensive strategic partners, not systemic rivals.
In 2020, #China became the #EU's largest trading partner for the first time. The two sides signed the agreement on #GeographicalIndications, decided to establish high-level dialogue mechanisms on #environment & #climate and on digital cooperation, and concluded #BIT negotiations.
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Luisterend naar het #vaccindebat met @hugodejonge: Alle partijen zijn extreem kritisch. Iedereen zegt ongeveer hetzelfde. Iedereen praat over "de ICT". Niemand vraagt om welke ICT het precies gaat. Is best cruciaal, want het @rivm heeft al een systeem voor vaccinatie-registratie.
Als dat systeem niet wordt gebruikt dan heeft @hugodejonge iets toe te lichten. Als dat systeem wel wordt gebruikt zou iemand toch kunnen vragen wat er functioneel of technisch mis is.
Weet je wat? We gaan googelen.... He, het RIVM werkt aan een nieuw systeem. Een centraal register (hoi @F_azarkan).
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New important thread.

Explored: Rockefeller communique on #contacttracing, Verified (UN) guide on #vaccine #communications, insights via #Vaccine Confidence Project, & a Behavioral Insights report. Today> special report from Oct 15 2020 meeting, #WHO, Technical Advisory Group. Image
"On 15 Oct 2020, the WHO Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Behavioural Insights & Sciences for Health held a special meeting w/ the WHO Department of Immunization, Vaccines & Biologicals to discuss behavioural considerations in relation to COVID-19 #vaccine #acceptance & uptake." Image
The report was developed by members of the WHO Technical Advisory Group on Behav. Insights & Sciences for Health, chaired by Cass Sunstein, largely credited w/ developing/popularizing notion of "nudges" as policy tools.

Technical Advisory Group members:

who.int/our-work/scien… Image
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