News 24 | The word of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques at the extraordinary G20 summit


King Salman bin AbdulazizToday, Thursday, the work of the twentieth virtual summit began to combat the Corona epidemic, headed by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques said at the beginning of the summit’s works: “We are holding this meeting in response to our responsibility as leaders of the world’s largest economies, to confront the Corona pandemic that requires us to take firm measures at various levels.”

He added: “This pandemic continues to cause losses in human lives and inflict suffering on many citizens of the countries of the world, and here I would like to extend to all countries around the world and their citizens the most sincere condolences and condolences for the human losses caused by this pandemic, with our wishes for those with a speedy recovery.”

He continued: “The impact of this pandemic has expanded to include economies, financial markets, trade and global supply chains, which has hindered the wheel of development and growth, and negatively affected the gains made in past years.”

The King stressed that this humanitarian crisis requires a global response, stressing that the world is counting on us to join hands and work together to confront it, and we must all bear the responsibility of strengthening cooperation in financing research and development in the pursuit of a vaccine for the Corona virus, and to ensure the availability of medical supplies and equipment.

And that the Kingdom has taken the initiative to work with brotherly and friendly countries and specialized organizations to take all necessary measures to contain the spread of the new Corona virus and ensure the safety of individuals, adding that we should strengthen the framework of global readiness to combat infectious diseases that may spread in the future.

He stressed that the Kingdom appreciates the effective measures taken by countries in this regard. It also affirms its full support to the World Health Organization in coordinating efforts to combat this pandemic.


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