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President Moon finished his trip to Rome… Attending the General Assembly of the United Kingdom Climate Change Convention – Cheonji Ilbo

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President Moon Jae-in and First Lady Kim Jung-sook, who are on their tour to Italy, Britain, and Hungary for the G20 summit in Rome, Italy and for an official visit to the Holy See, are greeted as they board the Air Force Unit 1 at Seongnam Seoul Airport on the 28th. . 2021.10.28 (Source: Yonhap News)

[천지일보=명승일 기자] President Moon Jae-in, who completed his Italian schedule, including attending the G20 summit and meeting the Pope, departed for the United Kingdom on the 31st (local time) to attend the COP26 summit of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

President Moon, who is touring Europe for 9 days and 7 nights, visited Italy on the 28th to meet Pope Francis to reconfirm the Pope’s will to visit North Korea, and to attend the G20 summit held for two days from the 30th to provide a fair supply of the COVID-19 vaccine and respond to climate change. emphasized.

President Moon departed for Glasgow, England, on a private flight from Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome, Italy at 8:35 pm on the 31st.

President Moon Jae-in poses for a commemorative photo with leaders of each country during the G20 official welcome ceremony held at the Nuvola Convention in Rome, Italy on the 30th (local time).  (Source: Newsis)
President Moon Jae-in poses for a commemorative photo with leaders of each country during the G20 official welcome ceremony held at the Nuvola Convention in Rome, Italy on the 30th (local time). (Source: Newsis)

President Moon plans to attend the 26th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow, UK on the 1st and 2nd to introduce the Korean government’s greenhouse gas reduction goals. COP26 will be attended by more than 100 countries, including Korea, the United States, Canada, Germany, and France.

At COP26, President Moon is expected to announce a keynote speech at the summit, a speech at the ‘Action and Solidarity’ roundtable for the chair country’s program, and also announcing membership in the Global Methane Pledge. The Global Methane Commitment aims to reduce global methane emissions by at least 30% compared to 2020 by 2030.


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