In a meeting with China's Health Minister Chen Zhu, Irish Health Minister James Reilly has agreed that they need to take joint steps in order to improve the health of people of respective countries. This is the reason that Reilly has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Zhu.
The MoU was signed at the time when Reilly visited China to discuss certain health issues. The recently signed agreement covers varied topics, which includes health regulation, inclusion of e-health, which would mimic the system that is under making in Britain.
Some of the other topics were improvement in the maternal care, improving hospitals care standard and raising awareness about traditional Chinese Medicines. Reilly is quite excited in regard to the deal and was of the view that it would be a pleasant experience to work together and share each other cultural values.
"We are looking forward to working with Chinese colleagues over the course of the coming years", said Reilly. It is not the first that when such kind of deal has signed between both countries, as the deal had been signed in 2004 and 2009. It could be said that the new deal was a renewal of old deals.
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