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Egypt highlights the importance of the World Summit on Climate Change

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CAIRO, June 1 (Prensa Latina) Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi affirmed today that the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2022 is an opportunity to demonstrate unity against the existential threat of this scourge.

The President, in a message published on the official website of the COP27 conference that will be held in this country next November, stressed that this problem can only be overcome through coordinated action at the global level.

He stressed that Egypt, in its role as president of the conference, will spare no effort in moving from the negotiation stage to implementing projects.

He noted that the celebration of the twenty-seventh session of the Conference of the Parties would mark the thirtieth anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

He stressed that, in those three decades, the world had made great progress in combating this scourge and its negative effects on the planet.

“We can now better understand the science, better assess the impact of climate change, and develop better tools to address its causes and consequences,” he said.

The President called for working together to enhance resilience and improve adaptability.

The head of state stressed that our nation and its people are looking forward to welcoming everyone to COP27, referring to the summit that will be held from November 7-18 in the Red Sea coast resort of Sharm El Sheikh.

He emphasized that all stakeholders would come to Sharm El-Sheikh with a stronger will and greater ambition in climate change mitigation, adaptation and financing.

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The conference’s website also published three other welcome letters from Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly. Minister of Foreign Affairs and President of COP27 Sameh Shoukry, and President of Environment Yasmine Fouad.

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