Havana - The Cuban Communist Party (PCC) joined on Friday an international call to cooperation to fight the novel coronavirus, SARS-Cov-2, in a text signed by 230 organizations worldwide.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel posted on his Twitter account the statement where the main political forces of 100 countries recognize that the coronavirus pandemic has put the world in front of the most pressing and serious challenge for the human health and the global peaceful development.
The countries that signed the document urge governments 'to adopt forceful measures, prioritizing the life and health of the peoples, to curb with determination the epidemic spread.'
Articulating macroeconomic policies are urgently needed to maintain the stability of the international financial market and the industrial and supply chains, reduce tariffs, facilitate trade, and avoid the global economic recession.
We are confident that when we overcome the epidemic, the community of shared future for mankind will be more robust and promising for everyone, the call ends.
The novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which was originated in China in December, has already infected more than a million people worldwide, death toll exceeds 50,000, while specialists warn of the serious economic and social consequences of this pandemic.
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