The G20 issued a joint statement following the summit

the world health organization (who) will be allocated to combat COVID-19, G20 countries urged to do the same with other States, international organizations, private sector, charitable organizations and individuals.

in addition, there was agreement on empowering the who to coordinate the international fight against the pandemic, including the protection of health workers, delivery of medicines, particularly diagnostic tools, drugs and vaccines.

Photo: Alexei Druzhinin/TASS Putin suggested to create a Fund to support affected countries coronavirus

the countries of the group of twenty commit to do everything possible and use all available policy tools to minimize economic and social damage a pandemic, to restore global growth to maintain market stability and enhance the ability to recover. “We will continue to provide decisive and broad-based financial support. Collective action of the G20 will reinforce its effect, will ensure consistency and mutual support. The strength and scale of that response will put the global economy on its feet,” – RIA Novosti quoted a joint statement.

to mitigate the social, economic and financial implications of coronavirus G20 countries are investing more than $ 5 trillion into the global economy under the targeted fiscal and budget policy, economic measures and guarantee mechanism, the document says.

Country group ask the who, IMF and the world Bank Group to help developing countries cope with the effects of coronavirus. Leaders are concerned about the risks that threaten all countries, particularly developing countries, in particular in Africa and small island States, and the fate of refugees.

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disturbing is the employment in connection with the spread of the virus. In a joint statement, the countries “the twenty” have asked the International labour organization (ILO) and the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD) to monitor the situation in this field.

the document Also welcomes the decision of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to postpone the holding of the Olympic games in Japan against the background of the pandemic. “We appreciate the efforts for the protection of human health, which are manifested in the transfer of large public events, in particular, the decision of the International Olympic Committee to reschedule the Olympic games for a period of not later than the summer of 2021,” – said in a joint statement.