Amnesty International on Thursday urged G20 nations ahead of their meeting to mobilize their resources to protect the most vulnerable from coronavirus.

The leaders of the world’s top 20 economies, including Turkey, will hold a video conference later in the day to assess the situation triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The response to this pandemic must be based on cooperation and sharing of resources, because national strategies will not be enough on their own,” said Amnesty International urging coordinated responses to cope with the COVID-19 crisis which has killed over 21,000 people in 175 countries and territories.

“Not only

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