RIYADH (Reuters) – Leaders of Group 20 major economies will speak by video link on Thursday about combating the coronavirus pandemic and its economic impacts, as global infections amount to 471,000 people with more than 21,000 dead.
Journalists sit in the media center during a meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bank governor in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, February 22, 2020. REUTERS / Ahmed Yosri
G20 finance ministers and central banks agreed this week to develop an action plan for Muslims to deal with the outbreak, which the International Monetary Fund is expected to cause. global recession, but they give a few details.
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will address leaders to seek support to increase funding and production of personal protective equipment for health workers in the context of the shortage. Around the world.
We have global responsibility for humanity and especially countries like the G20 …. Ted Tedros said at a press conference in Geneva at the end of Wednesday. They should be able to support countries around the world …
King Salman of Saudi Arabia, which this year, the president of the G20 called for an extraordinary virtual summit, tweeted overnight that its goal was Islam to unite efforts toward a response. Global.
There are growing concerns about protection measures being discussed or adopted as countries scramble to deal with viruses. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges G20 leaders to be in line with the commitments of countries like Australia …
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