The White House announced that US President Joe Biden will visit Egypt, Cambodia and Indonesia from November 11-16.
The White House indicated that Biden will attend on November 11 the 27th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
A White House statement said that during the conference, Biden “will advance the concrete efforts the United States has taken to activate the fight against global climate change and help those most at risk address the impact of climate change, and will focus on the need to take steps in this critical decade.”
The White House added that Biden will visit Cambodia on November 12 and 13, where he will participate in the joint summit of the United States and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). and ASEAN in Washington.
The statement added that Biden “will stress the importance of cooperation between the United States and” ASEAN” in ensuring security and prosperity in the region and the well-being of one billion people.
During the period between November 13-16, Biden will participate in the G20 summit on the Indonesian island of Bali.
The statement noted that Biden “will work with partners in the Group of Twenty to address key challenges such as climate change and the global impact of Putin’s war on Ukraine, including on energy and food security… and a number of other priorities important to the recovery of the global economy.”