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The Saudi prince visited Sharm el-Sheikh today to participate in the COP27 climate change conference.

The Saudi prince visited Sharm el-Sheikh today to participate in the COP27 climate change conference.

Monday 07/November/2022 – 02:06 AM

Today, Monday, Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz will visit Sharm el-Sheikh to participate in the proceedings of the United Nations Climate Change Conference. COP27.

Today, the Presidents’ Summit begins in two days, and three presidential sessions are held each day, in which leaders talk about their countries’ efforts to address the challenges of the effects of climate change.

According to media reports, Prince Mohammed bin Salman will announce the second edition of the Green Middle East Initiative Summit and the Green Saudi Initiative Forum on November 11 and 12 in Sharm El Sheikh under the slogan “From Governance to Action”. In conjunction with the meeting of the COP27 Conference.

COP 27 . COP 27

Yesterday, the Conference of the Parties to Combat Climate Change, COP 27, opened in Sharm el-Sheikh, amid global hopes that the world’s largest climate summit will deliver on promises to address the challenge of global climate change. The world celebrates the International Day for the Prevention of the Use of the Environment in Wars and Military Conflicts.

Egypt took over the presidency of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, COP 27, from the United Kingdom, the former Chair of the Conference of the Parties, which held its previous edition COP 26. British city Glasgow.

Addressing climate change is imperative for countries around the world and stressing the need to address the challenges, said Samey Shogri, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and President of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change. and protect the climate for future generations.

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