President Trump “Committed to Infection Control and Economic Recovery” At G20 Summit November 22 at 11:10 AM
U.S. President Donald Trump attended the G20 Summit online at the G20 Summit, stressing that he has made every effort to combat covid-19 and restore the depressed economy.
President Trump attended the G20 Summit, which is being held online, on August 21, 2019.
This is the second time president Trump has participated in an international conference after the presidential election on March 3, following the APEC-Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit on August 20.
According to a White House statement, at the G20 summit, President Trump stressed that he was committed to restoring the economy like never before, based on tax cuts and deregulation, while doing everything in his power to face the crisis of spreading the coronavirus.
He also reaffirmed the importance of the U.S. actively developing vaccines and therapies at record speeds, and that the G20 countries will cooperate for future economic growth and development.
President Trump stressed that he is achieving results in the recovery of the economy as well as the antivirus, but the spread of infection is becoming more serious in the United States, with about 195,000 people infected per day every 20 days, the highest number so far.