The governor of Dubai announced yesterday, Thursday, in a post on Twitter that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been selected to host the International Climate Conference (COP28) in 2023.
“We will do our best to make the conference a success. The UAE will remain committed to global climate action to protect the planet,” said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, the current prime minister of the United Arab Emirates. .
This will be the second time in the same number of years that the annual talks will take place in the Middle East, with Egypt selected to host them in 2022, and it will be the third time that an OPEC member will host the talks. Qatar, a former OPEC member, hosted them in 2012 and Indonesia in 2007.
UAE Minister for Climate Change and Environment Mariam Bid Mohamed Alhehiri wrote on Twitter that the UAE is ready to hold a conference to mobilize countries to step up their efforts to combat climate change.
“Holding this global meeting will give us the best opportunity for the participation of young people, the most dynamic part of our society, in meetings and negotiations, which will ultimately ensure a sustainable future for generations to come,” he said. the same.
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