COP27: Climate summit desperately seeking to “sign a deal”

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Negotiators for the parties to the United Nations Climate Summit (COP27) are desperately trying to reach an agreement on their last official working day, with no word yet on the core issues of loss, damage and financing.

There are no reports of drafts or agreements, despite the claim, reprimands, demands and appeals from all parties to assume “responsibilities” and “awareness” of the seriousness of the climate crisis that requires sacrifices on the part of all, While the official version of those responsible for the summit is still suspicious.

There is still no official announcement of a possible suspension or extension of the summit, which has already happened in previous versions such as “COP26” in Glasgow, whose final decision was adopted after the deadline for the summit expired, but everything indicates that there is a need for more. Time to finish all the cases that are still open after 12 days of negotiations.

There will be no more presentations, conferences or parallel official events scheduled in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh, only meetings between the various negotiating groups, mediators, delegates and officials working behind closed doors around the clock to save COP27 and find solutions that satisfy everyone.

Furthermore, The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on everyone to stop blaming and reach an “ambitious and credible agreement” over evidence of “the mistrust between north and south, between advanced and emerging economies.”

Soukaina Sghir

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