The leaders of the Group of 20 have vowed to present a united front in tackling the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to do "whatever it takes" to protect people.
They also promised to take aggressive fiscal measures to minimize the negative impact on the global economy especially disruptions to trade and global supply chains.
In a joint declaration following their first-ever "virtual" meeting on Thursday, the leaders said combatting the virus calls for a transparent, robust, coordinated and science-based global response in the spirit of solidarity.
President Moon Jae-in said South Korea is willing to share its swift testing and quarantine system based on the nation's principles of openness, transparency and democracy.
He also emphasised the need to use all possible means to adopt expansionary macroeconomic policies in light of the economic fallout. and to allow some cross-border exchanges.