The fate of all UEFA competitions will be decided on Thursday, next week, during another conference meeting.
The meeting will bring together the 55 members, where they will discuss the latest developments both in the domestic leagues as well as the continental conceptions.
This comes amid the continued meltdown as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused the deaths of more than 125,000 across the world.
"The UEFA Executive Committee will meet via videoconference next Thursday 23 April for an update meeting to discuss the latest developments regarding the impact caused by the coronavirus outbreak on European football," read part of their statement.
"This meeting will follow an information session for the General Secretaries of UEFA’s 55 member associations on Tuesday 21 April.
"The meetings will look at developments across both domestic and European competitions.
"Further communication will be made, if necessary, after the meeting of the UEFA Executive Committee."
UEFA, during a meeting held on April 1st, resolved to postpone all matches until further notice.
Meanwhile, English Premier League clubs are set to meet on Friday, 17th April to similarly discuss the fate of the 2019/20 season.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit all the world hard, with all major sporting events postponed.