Speaking at the G20 summit that was hosted virtually on 27 March, President Joko Widodo called for international cooperation to fight COVID-19. On the same day, Indonesia and five other countries drafted a United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) resolution calling for global solidarity in the fight against the outbreak. Similar calls for cooperation have been made internationally. The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) co-signed a letter with the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) on 20 March, which called on political leaders to commit to bold coordinated action that leaves no one behind in response to the pandemic. The World Trade Organization (WTO), through its Deputy Director General, has made a remark that the COVID-19 crisis calls for unprecedented level of international cooperation. Meanwhile, the United Nations Secretary General in an interview on 27 March decries lack of global cooperation to beat the global pandemic.