President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi will inaugurate the World Climate Summit on Monday (COP-27) In Sharm El-Sheikh, with the participation and attendance of 120 world leaders and leaders, heads of government and a group of international personalities and experts.
The opening session of the summit will witness a welcome message from Egypt, the presentation of a short film on climate change, and a speech by President Sisi, in which he outlines the features of the roadmap towards a better future for the peoples of the world and for all humanity, especially with regard to ways and mechanisms for implementing previous slogans and pledges into real, realistic and tangible solutions and commitments to reduce the rate of Thermal emissions and to ensure a natural, environmentally safe and healthy life on the planet, and for the life cycle to continue in giving and development for all mankind .
The opening session will also witness the speech of Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, President of the United Arab Emirates, which will host the upcoming Climate Summit. (police 28) The President of Senegal as the Chair of the African Union, a Ugandan Child Climate Activist, and an Inspiring US Official on Climate Change .
The summit’s plenary session will extend over the course of November 7 and 8, where it will witness statements by a number of leaders and leaders participating in the meetings. Six round tables will be held over the two days, and President Sisi will participate in a number of them with the participation of about 40 heads of state and government from different countries of the world. .
President Sisi will participate in 4 major international events in the Climate Summit, the first with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to launch the second edition of the “Green Middle East Initiative” summit, and with regard to the second event with Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, where the Cyprus Initiative will be launched To address the effects of climate change, which aims to strengthen regional coordination and cooperation between the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, by taking advantage of the “excellent relations that Cyprus maintains with neighboring countries” and the initiative aims to develop a regional action plan with the contribution of distinguished scholars, as well as President El-Sisi and President of Senegal Macky Sall (chairman of the African Union) will chair a session on green hydrogen in light of the growing global interest in green hydrogen projects as a promising source of energy in the future.
President Sisi will also participate in a session with the Prime Minister of Norway, Jonas Gahr Stoere, the meeting dedicated to launching the “green shipping” challenge, which aims to encourage countries and industries to adopt the technology of building ships that operate on clean energy..
It is also scheduled that President Sisi’s work program will witness a large number of bilateral meetings with leaders and leaders of the participating countries during the conference, to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral relations between Egypt and the countries of the world, as well as to discuss international and regional issues, foremost of which is the issue of climate change..
For his part, President El-Sisi said: “With pride, honor and responsibility, I look forward to opening the activities of the 27th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention in Sharm El Sheikh.”27 policeman framework on climate change “.
President El-Sisi added, through his official accounts on social media, that the current session of the Climate Summit comes at a very sensitive time, in which our world is exposed to existential dangers and unprecedented challenges, affecting the very survival of our planet and our ability to live on it..
President El-Sisi stressed that these dangers and challenges require swift action by all countries to develop a road map to rescue, protecting the world from the effects of climate change..
President El-Sisi said that Egypt is looking forward to the conference exiting from the stage of promises to the stage of implementation with concrete measures on the ground, based on the foregoing, especially the outcomes of the Glasgow Summit and the Paris Agreement..
In a related context, Ambassador Bassam Rady, the official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, said that Egypt seeks, by hosting the climate summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, to adopt a comprehensive vision that includes the needs of developing countries, taking into account the capabilities of developed countries at the same time, to reach practical solutions and commitments that are internationally applicable. With regard to facing climate challenges, in a way that helps achieve the United Nations goals for sustainable development.
In press statements, Radi pointed to the importance of the international community’s cooperation to enhance existing efforts to adopt the principle of shared responsibility as a basis governing the responsibilities of developed and developing countries regarding climate issues.