Lula suggests holding the COP 30 conference in the Amazon

Lula suggests holding the COP 30 conference in the Amazon
Lula suggests holding the COP 30 conference in the Amazon

Lula suggests holding the COP 30 conference in the Amazon

Confirming in Egypt that “Brazil has returned” to the international arena, Brazilian President-elect Luiz Iñácio Lula da Silva suggested that the 2025 Climate Change Conference of the Parties in the “Amazon” be the vital green lung for climate balance and the world Biodiversity organized.

The announcement came to add new impetus to the Conference of the Parties on Climate (COP 27) negotiations taking place in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, similar to the final declaration of the G-20 leaders’ summit in Bali , which reaffirmed ambitious climate targets.

“I’m going to talk to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and ask him to organize (COP 30) in the Amazon,” said Lula, who will officially take up his duties on January 1.

On his first foreign visit since his election in late October, Lula stressed that “Brazil should not be isolated from the international arena,” stressing that his country “has returned and will be a positive force to address global challenges,” he said in his tweet on Tuesday after his arrival in Egypt.

On Tuesday night, Lula met with US special envoy for climate, John Kerry, who said, “We will work hard to achieve this goal of conserving the Amazon with our allies.”

For its part, Egypt signed a memorandum of understanding with the European Union on the sidelines of the United Nations climate summit (COP 27) on the strategic partnership between the two sides in the field of green hydrogen.

According to a statement by Egypt’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, published on its Facebook account yesterday, the MOU covers a number of areas of cooperation of common interest in the field of production and consumption of green hydrogen and its derivatives, as well as hydrogen trading .

On the other hand, the deputy director of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) warned of the “increasing severity” of the hunger crisis that some vulnerable countries, including Sudan, are experiencing, especially with the phenomenon of climate change.

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