Coronavirus Pandemic: G7 And UNSC Under Pressure as US Blames China

US blames China for hiding the pathogen widespread which has brought the world to face financial crisis and death but  UN urges for cease fire and focus on coronavirus pandemic disease

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Coronavirus has put the global economy in danger, whereas the UN Security Council and G7 decided to work and support the affected countries due to coronavirus. UN security council is unable to overcome with any decisions when the US pressurizes to take steps on China to hide the intensity of the virus. The meeting was on different prospects and possibilities to help countries relative to healthcare and financial crisis.
The UN Security Council felt the pressure when the US forced the 15 countries council to point at China for a sudden and killing viral disease. Wuhan was the epicenter from which the major widespread of the disease was born. At the present major coronavirus pandemic, the UN Security Council is focusing on the region of the affected areas with the collaboration and support of the US military. This is to fight against the spreading of the disease, which has killed 10,000 people globally.
During the Ebola epidemic, the US had supported West Africa with medical teams and workers in 2014. The UN Security Council has extended its support and recently focusing on the global crisis putting the Issue of blaming china aside at this immediate situation. The outbreak from Wuhan China has attacked more than 70 countries, Italy, Spain are the major sufferers from the global coronavirus pandemic. To reduce the number of widespread Trump’s attempt was to ban international flights from China and other countries. President Trump was the first person to suggest the ban on an international flight and inquire about the US people returning from China.

India and China Will Not face recession because of a Coronavirus Pandemic

At the UN Conference on Trade and development, according to the analysis, about two-thirds of the countries will suffer from the recession. The global pandemic has pushed the countries to face the drop in the economy of the country. According to the analysis, top commodity-exporting countries will suffer a drop of 2 trillion USD dollars and a 3 trillion USD drop in investments from overseas in the upcoming two years. While China will have to brighten days ahead as they stand among the 20 leading economies countries.

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The coronavirus pandemic attack has damaged the backbone of the developing countries. Still, on the other hand, the epicenter of coronavirus widespread will have a growth of 5 USD dollars in their economy. Comparing to the last economic crisis of 2008, UNCTAD said that the economic conditions are to worsen, and it is hard to predict the drop. India is also predicted to face almost no recession apart from China as per the latest report of the UN. India has made a successful delay in the spreading of the coronavirus outbreak.
India is under lockdown for 12 days, and a total of 1251 are confirmed and recovery of 102. Deaths are 32, the graph of the infected persons are comparatively less based on the rise of infected persons relative to days. The study of the global epidemic graph has enabled India to overcome the recession crisis to some extent.


UN urges for ceasefire Nationwide due to coronavirus pandemic

The UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres on Monday addressing the coronavirus pandemic concern, has urged for a ceasefire and divert their attention and armed force strength to fight against the battle with coronavirus disease widespread worldwide. Yemen and Syria have agreed with Antonio and declared a ceasefire. Libya has also been warned about the damages due to COVID 19 and asked to look for a political path to stability. As wars and conflicts may fuel to spread of the global pandemic in the country. Russia has also been insisted, and the country has agreed to a ceasefire on a humanitarian basis.


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