King Salman of Saudi Arabia will chair the one of a kind G20 virtual summit happening on March 26. This global phenomenon hopes to progress and coordinate the international response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aside from the presence of the leaders of the G20 group, Jordan, Spain, Switzerland, and Singapore's heads of state will take part in this long-anticipated event, which has gone virtual in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
As sitting president of the Gulf Cooperation Council states, the UAE will also be part of the global summit.
An action plan to respond to the outbreak is under development by the G20 finance ministers and central bankers. The International Monetary Fund expects a global recession in response to this pandemic.