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金砖国家卫生部长会议发布《天津公报》(中英文全文)
发布时间: 2017-07-14

  7月6日,金砖国家卫生部长会暨传统医药高级别会议在天津开幕。在刘延东副总理的见证下,金砖国家卫生部长会议《天津公报》正式发布。公报中、英文全文如下:
  1. 巴西联邦共和国、俄罗斯联邦、印度共和国、中华人民共和国和南非共和国卫生部长和代表团团长于2017年7月6日在天津出席第七届金砖国家卫生部长会议。
  2. 承诺加强金砖国家间的合作,保护和促进人民健康,实现2030年可持续发展议程。重申金砖国家领导人在2016年10月《果阿宣言》中对卫生的各项承诺。注意到自首届金砖国家卫生部长会议以来卫生领域取得的进展,并决心通过技术工作组和“金砖国家卫生战略项目合作框架”继续在卫生领域开展合作,包括结核病合作计划和2016年12月16日在新德里通过的其他具体合作领域的行动计划。
  3. 表示将全力支持主席国于2017年9月在厦门举行金砖国家领导人第九次会晤。
  4. 承诺将加强与世界卫生组织、联合国艾滋病规划署、国际药品采购机制、全球艾滋病、结核病和疟疾基金以及全球疫苗免疫联盟等国际组织的合作,提高对可负担的、有质量的、有效的、安全的药物、疫苗、诊断技术和其它医药产品的可及性,改善服务,满足公共卫生需求。在此背景下,欢迎联合国高级别小组药品可及性会议的报告和推荐,重申他们通过充分利用与贸易有关的知识产业协定灵活性的方式,提高药品、疫苗、诊断技术和其他医药产品可及性的决心。同意保护免受与贸易有关的知识产业协定弹性条款和其他阻碍或限制此可及性的政策空间。
  5. 承诺支持和广泛开展全球公共卫生合作项目,通过南南合作和三方合作等途径支持国际卫生机构和组织之间的协调与合作,加强金砖国家在全球卫生治理中的作用。
  6. 同意促进金砖国家间对话,在共同参与的多边论坛中评估具有共同利益的问题,加强金砖国家在全球卫生治理中的作用,尤其是在世界卫生组织和联合国组织中的作用。
  7. 感谢陈冯富珍博士在其担任世界卫生组织总干事两个任期内所做的工作。欢迎特沃德罗斯·阿达诺姆博士当选世界卫生组织总干事,相信他有能力领导世界卫生组织应对全球卫生新挑战。重申世界卫生组织的政府间性质,以维护世界卫生组织在全球卫生中的正直、客观、崇高地位和领导力。
  8. 认识到传统医学的价值和重要性,重申支持世界卫生大会关于传统医学的决议(WHA62.13,WHA67.18)和《世界卫生组织2014-2023年传统医学战略》,支持2017年7月6日《金砖国家加强传统医药合作联合宣言》提出的传统医学发展倡议。他们同意通过适当的法规和政策,逐步适时地将传统医学纳入国家卫生体系。他们同意专家互访、组织研讨会、推广传统医学课程,从而促进安全和有效地使用传统医学。
  9. 为了有效应对目前面临的全球卫生挑战,实现健康相关的可持续发展目标,金砖国家于2017年5月24日在第70届世界卫生大会期间举办了关于整合型卫生服务体系的技术边会,分享了金砖国家在促进卫生公平性、加强卫生体系、提高卫生服务质量的有益经验,并表现出支持全民健康覆盖的意愿。
  10. 同意扩大包括传统医学在内的金砖国家卫生技术合作。
  11. 同意支持金砖国家监管机构间合作,以提高监管标准、改善医疗产品认证体系,认识到提高有质量药品可及性与确保其可负担的集体潜力。
  12. 同意共同促进创新医疗产品(药品、疫苗、诊断和其他医疗技术)的研究与开发,包括通过成立结核病、HIV和疟疾研发联盟。同意优先发展中国家一类疾病的具体研发需求,同时坚持研发成本与卫生产品价格脱钩的原则。
  13. 同意第六届金砖国家卫生部长会议批准的“金砖国家结核病合作计划”框架内建立结核病研究网络,并于2017年11月16日至17日在莫斯科举办的第一届世界卫生组织终止结核全球部长会议公布。
  14. 强调通过逐步降低产妇死亡率、新生儿死亡率、婴儿死亡率和5岁以下儿童死亡率来实现儿童生存权的重要性,从而实现可持续发展目标。确认在这一领域继续做出的努力,并通过交流最佳实践经验加强合作。
  15. 认识到持续监测疾病爆发的重要性,需要遵循《国际卫生条例(2005)》的指导,在全球疫情警报和反应网络(GOARN)机制下,加强机构和网络合作,以应对易形成流行的新发和再现疾病对全球的威胁。
  16. 提高加强监测能力和医疗服务应对艾滋病、结核病和疟疾等传染病和非传染病的意愿,应对其风险因素。
  17. 认识到包括与结核病、艾滋病等疾病中有关抗微生物药物耐药性问题严重威胁公共卫生和经济增长,重申支持联合国关于抗微生物药物耐药问题高级别会议的建议。在宣传教育、抗微生物药物耐药监测、预防控制感染、抗生素的最佳应用、研发与投资等方面展开全面合作,与实现世界卫生组织抗微生物药物耐药全球行动计划中五项目标的均衡方式保持一致。重申需要应对现有和新型抗微生物药物平等、可负担和可持续可及性以及合理使用的问题,并调动必要的技术和财政资源进行执行。
  18. 注意到全球艾滋病应对取得的重大进展,但疫情尚未结束。因此,承诺采取集体行动和保持领导力,全面执行联合国2016年实现“90-90-90”目标的政治宣言,在2030年终结艾滋病。
  19. 认识到需要在卫生服务中更多利用信息和通信技术,以提高医疗服务可及性,促进成本效益的诊疗方法,以及更好地维护和使用监测和政策制定数据。鼓励金砖国家间分享电子卫生、移动医疗和电子治理的成功经验。
  20. 重申将在与全球卫生议程和传统医学有关的重要问题上,进一步协调、合作与磋商。
  21. 支持2017年11月16日至17日在莫斯科举办的第一届世界卫生组织终止结核全球部长会议和联合国大会2018年结核病第一次高级别会议。
  22. 支持2018年在南非召开第八届金砖国家卫生部长会议。

  1. Ministers of Health and heads of delegation from the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Russian Federation, the Republic of India, the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of South Africa, met at the 7th BRICS Health Ministers' Meeting on 6 July 2017 in Tianjin, China.
  2. Committed to strengthen the intra-BRICS cooperation to protect and to promote people’s health and achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, reiterated the renewed commitment to health by the BRICS leaders as expressed in the Goa Declaration in October 2016, noted the progress made since the first BRICS Health Ministers Meeting and resolved to continue cooperation in the sphere of health through the Technical Working Groups and the BRICS Framework for Collaboration on Strategic Projects in Health, including the TB Cooperation Plan and other action plans adopted on 16 December 2016 in New Delhi on specific areas of cooperation.
  3. Stated that they will offer full support to the ninth BRICS Summit in September 2017 in Xiamen, China.
  4. Committed to enhance cooperation with WHO, UNAIDS, UNITAID, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, GAVI and other international organizations, to increase the accessibility of affordable, quality, effective and safe drugs, vaccines, diagnostics and other medical products, to improve the health care service and satisfy the public health demands. In this context, welcomed the report and recommendations of the UN High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines and reiterated their resolve to promote access to drugs, vaccines, diagnostics and other medical products including through the full use of TRIPS flexibilities. They agreed to protect their policy space against TRIPS plus provisions and other measures that impede or restrict such access.
  5. Committed to support and extensively carry out global cooperation projects on public health, and strengthen the role of BRICS countries in global health governance by supporting the coordination and cooperation with international health organizations and institutions through South-South Cooperation, trilateral cooperation, etc.
  6. Agreed to promote dialogue among BRICS countries to jointly assess issues of common interest for convergence participation in multilateral fora, and strengthen the role of BRICS countries in global health governance, especially at the World Health Organization and United Nations Organization.
  7. Expressed appreciation to Dr. Margaret Chan for her excellent leadership in the past two terms as Director-General of WHO, welcomed the appointment of  Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, newly-elected Director-General of WHO and expressed trust in his leadership of WHO in the global health arena and in addressing global health challenges. Reiterated the commitment to the inter-governmental nature of WHO and to maintaining the integrity, objectivity, supremacy and leadership of WHO in the global health arena.
  8. Recognized the value and importance of traditional medicine, reaffirmed the support for the WHA resolution on Traditional Medicine (WHA62.13 and WHA67.18) and the WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014-2023, and supported the traditional medicine development initiative proposed in the Joint Declaration of BRICS Countries on Strengthening Cooperation in Traditional Medicine on 6th, July 2017. They agreed that the traditional medicine shall be gradually integrated into national health system as appropriate with relevant regulations and policies. They also agreed that research expert communication, seminars and traditional medicine course promotion shall be supported to safely and effectively apply traditional medicine.
  9. Noted that in order to effectively address the existing global health challenges and achieve the health-related SDGs, BRICS countries held a side event on integrated health care delivery system on May 24, 2017 during the 70th World Health Assembly, wherein BRICS’ health representatives shared their helpful experience in promoting health equity, strengthening health system and enhancing quality of health services, and showed their willingness to support the progress towards universal health coverage.
  10. Agreed to expand BRICS technical cooperation on health including traditional medicine.
  11. Agreed to support the collaboration among BRICS regulatory authorities with a view to improving the regulatory standards, and certification systems for medical products to realize their collective potential for enhancing access to quality medicines and ensuring their affordability.
  12. Agreed to jointly promote research and development of innovative medical products (drugs, vaccines diagnostics and medical technologies), including through the creation of a research and development consortium on TB, HIV and Malaria. Agreed to prioritize specific R&D needs of developing countries relating to Type I diseases, while upholding the guiding principle of the de-linkage of the cost of research and development and the price of health products.
  13. Agreed to set up the TB research network in the framework of the BRICS TB Cooperation Plan approved in the 6th BRICS Health Ministers Meeting, to be presented at the First WHO Global Ministerial Conference Ending Tuberculosis in the Sustainable Development Era: A Multisectoral Response, Moscow, Russian Federation, 16-17 November 2017.
  14. Emphasized the importance of child survival through progressive reduction in the maternal mortality, neo-natal mortality, infant mortality, and under-5 mortality, with the aim of achieving the SDGs. Confirmed the endeavors made in this area and to enhance collaboration through exchange of best practices.
  15. Recognized the importance of constantly monitoring the outbreak of diseases and the need to further enhance the cooperation of institutions and networks under the mechanism of Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) in light of the guidance of International Health Regulations (2005), to address global threats from possible epidemic of emerging and re-emerging diseases.
  16. Reinforced willingness to strengthen their surveillance capacity and health care services to fight infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and non-communicable diseases addressing their risk factors.
  17. Recognized that Antimicrobial Resistance including in diseases such as TB and HIV/AIDS, seriously threatens public health, and economic growth, reiterated to support the suggestions of United Nations high-level meeting on antimicrobial resistance by carrying out extensive collaboration on advocacy and education, monitoring of antimicrobial resistance, infection prevention and control, and best application, development and investment of antibiotics, consistent with the balanced approach to addressing the five objectives of the WHO Global Action Plan on AMR. Also re-iterated the need to address issues of equity, affordability and sustainable access to and rational use of existing and new antimicrobials, as well of mobilizing necessary technical and financial resources for implementation.
  18. Noted that while significant progress has been made in the global AIDS response, the epidemic is not over yet and therefore committed to collective actions and sustained leadership to fully implement the 2016 UN Political Declaration to achieve the 90-90-90 targets and Ending AIDS by 2030.
  19. Acknowledged the need of greater use of Information and Communications Technology to improve accessibility of health services to promote cost-effective diagnostic approach and treatment as well as achieve better maintenance and use of data for surveillance and policy formulation. Encouraged the sharing of best practices on e-Health, m-health and e-governance among BRICS countries.
  20. Reiterated their willingness to deepen coordination, cooperation and consultation among BRICS countries on the important issues related to the global health agenda and Traditional Medicine.
  21. Expressed support for the First WHO Global Ministerial Conference Ending Tuberculosis in the Sustainable Development Era: A Multisectoral Response, Moscow, Russian Federation, 16-17 November 2017 and the first United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting on Tuberculosis in 2018.
  22. Supported the proposal to hold the 8th BRICS Health Ministers Meeting in South Africa in 2018.

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