Towards a consensus between Egypt and the United Kingdom

AA / Istanbul

Egypt and the United Kingdom on Friday agreed to intensify efforts to reach a consensus and consensus from the International Climate Conference in Glasgow.

This was revealed in a telephone interview between Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, according to a statement from the Egyptian Presidency.

Glasgow, the Scottish city of the United Kingdom, is home to the activities of the United Nations Climate Conference from October 31 to November 12, with the participation of about 200 countries.

The two sides agreed on the importance of accelerating joint action to achieve a consensus and balanced outcome of the Glasgow talks for the benefit of all parties in the context of the treatment of the climate problem.

The two sides underscored the need for consultation on ways to move forward together to build the outcome of the conference in the coming months, as part of the Egyptian leadership’s desire to chair the next session of the conference.

The Egyptian head of state reiterates his country’s full support for the UK and the continuation of joint work in the future to address all the issues pending in the climate document.

The General Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change announced on Thursday that Egypt has chosen to host the 27th edition of the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

* Translated from Arabic by Vejton Jalasi

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