The American leader will discuss the problem of coronavirus with heads of G7 countries. Communication will take place in a video conference mode.
US President Donald Trump at the beginning of next week will discuss the situation around the spread of a new coronavirus in the world with G7 leaders. According to Judd Deere, White House Deputy Spokesperson, on March 13, communication will take place via video conference.
Deer noted that the American leader on Friday discussed the problem of COVID-19 by telephone with French President Emmanuel Macron.
вЂњPresident Trump agreed to hold a coronavirus video conference with all G7 leaders early next week,вЂќ the White House spokesman wrote on Twitter.
An emergency video conference meeting is expected to take place on Monday, March 16th.
It was previously reported that Trump declared a nationwide emergency regime in the United States to counteract the spread of coronavirus.
According to the latest data, more than two thousand cases of COVID-19 infection and 47 deaths were recorded in the country.
Coronavirus has spread to over 110 countries. According to the latest official data, about 134 thousand people became infected in the world, more than five thousand died.