COP27: S.A.R. Princess Lalla Hasnaa leads a high-level side event to combat climate change in the Congo Basin

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Princess Lalla Hasnaa, Goodwill Ambassador of the Congo Basin Climate Commission and the Congo Basin Fund, will attend a high-level side event on “Climate Finance at the Heart of Congo Basin Operationalization” in Sharm el-Sheikh on Wednesday. served as chairman.

The Climate Commission and the Congo Basin Blue Fund” was formed as part of the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

The high-level meeting was enhanced by the presence of ministers from Member States of the Congo Basin Climate Commission, ministers of the Sahel and Island States Climate Commission, and high-level representatives of the international community. of the Commission and private agency partners and goodwill ambassadors.

The Republic of the Congo, chair of the Congo Basin Climate Commission, and the Kingdom of Morocco, founding partner of her three climate commissions in Africa, participated in the organization of this high-level event.

On this occasion, Princess Lalla Hasnaa gave a speech highlighting Morocco’s strong commitment to supporting the actions of the three African climate commissions.

“The Kingdom of Morocco, as a founding partner country and in particular as a member of the African Solidarity in the region, is determined to contribute to the achievement of the goals agreed at the first Brazzaville Summit and the concrete actions advocated since then. Princess S.A.R. Lalla Hasnaa underscored Morocco’s strong commitment at the highest level with the strengthening of two other African Climate Commissions.

The participants of this conference are H.M. King Mohammed VI Towards a strong Africa that can adapt to the impacts of global climate change.

Ministers also commended the leadership of the President of the Republic of the Congo, Denis Sass Nuggesso, and the commendable efforts made to revitalize the Congo Basin Climate Commission and its funding instrument, the Congo Basin Blue Fund.

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