Tokyo: Trade ministers from 20 major economic groups (G-20) have vowed to act urgently to ensure the flow of medical supplies across the border and have agreed that any immediate measures to be taken Addressing the Kovi-19 pandemic should avoid supply chain disruption.

In a joint statement issued following emergency communications, the ministers said they were working to ensure the continuation of medical supplies, essential agricultural products and other essential goods to support The health of their people.

"In line with national needs, we will take immediate action to facilitate the trading of such important goods," the statement said.

The ministers also agreed to guard against unreasonably high prices and increases to ensure availability and availability of essential medicines and supplies.