PHOTOS Mexico's president thanks China for support to combat COVID-19

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Mexico's president thanks China for support to combat COVID-19

Xinhua

16:58, April 09, 2020

Mexican members of staff unload medical supplies from China at Mexico International Airport in Mexico City, Mexico, on April 7, 2020. Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday thanked China for its support in combating the novel coronavirus outbreak, especially with much-needed medical supplies. The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrived on Tuesday, bringing tons of exploration gloves and face masks to be distributed among the country's medical corps. (Photo by Francisco Canedo/Xinhua)

Mexican members of staff unload medical supplies from China at Mexico International Airport in Mexico City, Mexico, on April 7, 2020. Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday thanked China for its support in combating the novel coronavirus outbreak, especially with much-needed medical supplies. The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrived on Tuesday, bringing tons of exploration gloves and face masks to be distributed among the country's medical corps. (Photo by Francisco Canedo/Xinhua)

The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrives in Mexico International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico, on April 7, 2020. Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday thanked China for its support in combating the novel coronavirus outbreak, especially with much-needed medical supplies. The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrived on Tuesday, bringing tons of exploration gloves and face masks to be distributed among the country's medical corps. (Photo by Francisco Canedo/Xinhua)

Mexican members of staff unload medical supplies from China at Mexico International Airport in Mexico City, Mexico, on April 7, 2020. Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday thanked China for its support in combating the novel coronavirus outbreak, especially with much-needed medical supplies. The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrived on Tuesday, bringing tons of exploration gloves and face masks to be distributed among the country's medical corps. (Photo by Francisco Canedo/Xinhua)

The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrives in Mexico International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico, on April 7, 2020. Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday thanked China for its support in combating the novel coronavirus outbreak, especially with much-needed medical supplies. The first planeload of supplies from China for tackling the outbreak arrived on Tuesday, bringing tons of exploration gloves and face masks to be distributed among the country's medical corps. (Photo by Francisco Canedo/Xinhua)

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