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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang addresses first UN summit on refugees

There are currently 65 million people fleeing armed conflicts around the world. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has addressed the UN’s first ever summit on refugees and migrants, urging solutions to the crisis, and pledging 100 million US dollars in Chinese aid. Cui Hongjian from the China Institute of International Studies, Ariane Rummery from the UN Refugee Agency and Robert L. McKenzie from the Brookings Institution discuss the refugee crisis and the role China could play to alleviate it.

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