Iraq participates in the climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland

political| 10:13 – 02/11/2021


Baghdad – Mawazine News
Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein participated in the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change “COP26”, which is being held in Glasgow, Scotland, with the participation of delegations representing about 200 countries, to discuss ways to reduce emissions by 2030. And help improve life.
And the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated, in a statement received by Mawazine News, a copy of it, that “the members of the Iraqi delegation are scheduled to participate in several technical committees, which are related to joint work together to confront climate changes that the countries of the region face in the context of the threats emanating from the global heat.”
She added, “Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed with French President Emmanuel Macron, on the sidelines of the conference, regional and international developments, the development of bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them towards more joint bilateral cooperation to serve the common interests of the two peoples. The Minister touched on the electoral process that took place in Iraq and its course.” And its results,” adding that “it was also referred to during the meeting about the conditions for rebuilding in Mosul.”
The Foreign Ministry pointed out that “in another meeting, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein met with British Minister of State for Middle East and North African Affairs James Cleverley, ways to improve bilateral relations between the two countries, and the importance of consultation on issues of common concern.”
And she indicated that the two sides also discussed “the developments of the political situation in Iraq, and the legislative elections in Iraq.” The two ministers also discussed “a number of regional and international issues of common interest.”
For his part, Cleverly affirmed the United Kingdom’s support for Iraq politically and economically, and its desire to develop relations with Iraq at all levels. Ended 29/A 4

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