South Korean President took part in the emergency G20 summit
The President of South Korea, moon Jae-In during the emergency summit of “Big twenty” (G20) called for the opening of the borders for persons, necessary to combat coronavirus. About it reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to the Yonhap News Agency.
According to the South Korean leader, it is necessary to make possible the travel of doctors, scientists and businessmen, but without undermining measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.
“I propose to find ways in order to make possible the trip of the people that are important to combat the pandemic, such as scientists, health workers and leaders of the business,” he said.
Moon Jae-In called on world leaders to resort to “expansionary macroeconomic policy”, pointing to the need to create a global network of financial security to combat coronavirus.
“It is vital to between the countries continued their economic exchange”, – he stressed.
South Korean President added that the country is ready to share with the international community, “a successful model response” to the outbreak of coronavirus.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that Ukraine to overcome the pandemic coronavirus need $ 165 million. The UN plans to provide Ukraine with the necessary funds over the next 9 months.
As he wrote RBC-Ukraine, as of March 26 on the territory of Ukraine recorded 156 cases of coronavirus. For the last day in the country had confirmed 43 cases of coronavirus.