Somak Raychaudhury, Director, IUCAA inaugurated the meeting. About 150 scientists from different countries around the globe attended the meeting. The countries represented were Japan, Australia, South Korea, USA, UK, Germany, Russia. The colleagues from China could not participate in the meeting in person, due to the outbreak of Covid-19. However, a few colleagues from China presented their results through online multi-media. The complete meeting was live-streamed for enabling the colleagues to join remotely. The meeting discussed all aspects of the Solar Astrophysics starting from Solar Dynamo to Solar wind and heliosphere. There were invited talks, contributed talks and dedicated time slots for posters. There were three public lectures during the meeting. One was arranged at IUCAA, and two at IISER-Pune. One evening also witnessed an interesting cultural programme at IUCAA, put up for the participants. The Young Career Award of the 5thAsia Pacific Solar PhysicsMeeting was given to Dibyendu Nandi of CESSI, IISER-Kolkata. M. Shimojo of National Astronomical Observatory of Japan was the runner up of the award. In addition, there were three awards: two best presentations made by students and postdocs and one for the best poster presentation that was for a Ph.D. student. The best presentation awards were given by two journals, namely Solar Physics and Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics. The local hosts gave the best poster award. The meeting ended with the award ceremony. The meeting was coordinated by Durgesh Tripathi (IUCAA) and Prasad Subramanian (IISER-Pune). No. 122 - April 2020 2