Coronavirus: Trump, Johnson agree on need for coordinated response

U.S President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson agreed on the need for a coordinated international response to the coronavirus pandemic, including through the G7, Downing Street said in a statement on Tuesday.
The pair also discussed trade during a telephone conversation.
"The leaders committed to continue working together to strengthen our bilateral relationship, including by signing a free trade agreement as soon as possible," a Downing Street spokeswoman said.
Britain left the European Union earlier this year and a deal with the United States is a key priority for Johnson's administration.
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