June 28, 2022

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Cuban Foreign Ministry calls for effective climate action at COP26

Through his Twitter account, the head of foreign relations, Bruno Rodriguez, described this summit as the best chance to avert climate catastrophe.

“In this endeavour, it is important that developed countries play a decisive role under the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities,” he added on the social network.

Previously, the State Department urged containing global warming with concrete and ambitious commitments during COP26, in which heads of state and government of more than 120 countries will participate.

The summit in Glasgow, Scotland, will seek to finalize guidelines for implementing the Paris Agreement, mobilizing climate finance, and taking actions to promote climate adaptation, technology development and transfer, and limiting warming. worldwide.

At the meeting, the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, also called for the implementation of new and specific policies on climate change, in order to eliminate subsidies for coal production and to invest in clean technologies.

Cuba’s Minister of Science, Technology and Environment, Elba Rosa Perez, had attended the University of Glasgow the day before for the premiere of the documentary on Life Task, as the plan designed by the Antilles country is called to tackle climate change.

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