News Donald Trump, Shinzo Abe agree on actions against coronavirus

-

- Advertisment -

Donald Trump, Shinzo Abe agree on actions against coronavirus

News Donald Trump, Shinzo Abe agree on actions against coronavirus
Getty Images

U.S. President Donald Trump and the Japanese Prime Minister have agreed to cooperate closely on measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

A top Japanese government spokesman said that the agreement includes the development of drugs and vaccines.

Abe and Trump held talks by phone for about 45 minutes from around 10:00 a.m. (0100 GMT), Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said.

“Two leaders exchanged views on each country’s COVID-19 situation, steps to prevent further spread of the virus, development of medicine and vaccines and measures for reopening the economies,” Suga told a regular news conference.

“They agreed to continue their tight cooperation.”

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Recent Updates

Diamond League: Ese Brume finishes second In Doha

The reigning African women Long Jump champion, Ese Brume, recorded an impressive outing at the Doha Diamond League on...

Manchester United optimistic about signing Jadon Sancho

Manchester United have been linked with a move for the Borussia Dortmund attacker Jadon Sancho this summer.The Premier League...

Julianne Moore says she’s never been asked to return for a ‘Jurassic’ Sequel

At this point, we’ve seen many of the cast members of the original Jurassic Park return for a sequel....

Nigeria deports 10 Egyptians, seven Sri-Lankans

YouTubeThe Federal Government has approved the deportation of 10 Egyptians and seven Sri-Lankans with immediate effect.Public Relations Officer, Nigeria...
- Advertisement -

Ian Wright accuses Manchester United of ‘dithering’ over transfers

Ian Wright has urged Manchester United to sign RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano.The 21-year-old impressed with his performances in...

Appeal Court reserves judgment in Bayelsa deputy governor’s certificate forgery suit

The Court of Appeal on Friday reserved judgment in Bayelsa deputy governor’s alleged certificate forgery suit.The Deputy Governor, Sen....
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you