UPDATE: March 27, 2020
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo attending the Group of 20 Summit held virtually at the Bogor Palace in West Java on March 26. (Presidential Press Bureau/Courtesy of Cabinet Secretariat)
Yesterday meeting of G20 nations, WHO, IMF, WB, UN and other alphabets co-signatories lead to them making a join statement about the Covid-19 response.
In a joint statement adopted at the summit, G20 leaders agreed to further commit to work together to increase research and development funding for vaccines and medicines, leverage digital technologies and strengthen international scientific cooperation.
“We will bolster our coordination, including with the private sector, toward rapid development, manufacturing and distribution of diagnostics, antiviral medicines and vaccines,” the statement said.
They also agreed to allocate money to the fight COVID-19 in their members countries and PM Modi called for a stronger WHO.
PM Narendra Modi called for a stronger World Health Organisation(WHO). He said that international organizations like WHO, built on models of the previous century, need to be strengthened and reformed.
They did not have the mandate to deal with the pandemic of this sort, which is why empowering of WHO is necessary, be it in terms of its capacity for early warning or development of effective vaccines.
That sounds like a call for a one world government so to speak.
“The finance ministers of the G20 have indicated they would allocate US$4 billion to be mobilized throughout the world, especially in the G20 countries, to accelerate research and find a COVID-19 vaccine. This issue is currently under discussions at the level of the G20’s finance ministers,” Sri Mulyani said after the teleconference.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati, who had accompanied Jokowi in the meeting, said all G20 member countries, the WHO and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) would collaborate in efforts to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine development.
Jokowi joined the virtual teleconference hosted remotely by G20 chairman and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to discuss international efforts and stronger cooperation to fight the spread of COVID-19.
“The G20 must actively lead efforts to find a COVID-19 antivirus and vaccine together with the World Health Organization,” the Indonesian President said as quoted in a press statement released by the Presidential Secretariat.
On the occasion, Jokowi also encouraged G20 member countries to work together to synchronize economic policies and instruments to counter the economic downturn resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The President stressed at the end of his statement that G20 countries had a role to foster world confidence to get through the health crisis.
March 26, 2020
Thursday, March 26, 2020 World leaders will come together for an emergency meeting to talk via video conferencing about Covid-19.
Leaders from the Group of 20 major economies will convene a video conference on Thursday to discuss the coronavirus epidemic, the Saudi secretariat said, amid criticism that the group has been slow to respond to the global crisis.
G20 finance ministers and central bankers agreed during a separate video conference this week to develop an “action plan” to respond to the outbreak, which the International Monetary Fund expects will trigger a global recession. A subsequent statement offered few details.
All of the usual suspect will be there including:
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin are among the heads of state who will take part in Thursday’s G20 leaders’ summit. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is taking part in the summit from her apartment in Berlin, where she is in quarantine after a doctor who gave her a pneumonia vaccination tested positive for the virus. Two tests on Merkel have come back negative for the virus, but she’ll still need more tests.
The virtual summit will also include leaders from the World Health Organization, the United Nations, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, International Labor Organization and others.
But what is the purpose of this ad-hoc emergency meeting that was scheduled without the public’s notice until today.
To save humanity or to save themselves, a scene from the movie 2012 is a good indication of what may happen to the rest of us 7 billion people on the planet.
Jean Seimple is saying to run for the hills because COVID-19 is a cover for another earth shattering event, and the world leaders are aware of this.
MARCH 25, 2020
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