The Presidents of the United States, Donald Trump, and France’s Emmanuel Macron held a meeting on Sunday in which they agreed on the need for World Health Organization (WHO) reform.
“President Trump and President Macron agree on the need to reform the World Health Organization,” said White House spokeswoman Judd Deere.
In the call, the two heads of state and government also agreed on their intention to convene the five permanent members of the UN Security Council – the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia and China – to “address the UN response to the pandemic.” . “+
The conversation left room for Macron and Trump to address “positive achievements in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic and progress in reopening the world economy”.