PM Abiy Discusses With Various African, Int’l Organizations Leaders on Bilateral, Regional Issues at COP27 Summit

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 November 7/2022/ENA/  Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed discussed bilateral and regional issues with various African and international organizations leaders on the sidelines of COP27 summit in Egypt.

“We met with fellow leaders of African nations on the sidelines of COP27 to discuss bilateral and regional issues,” the premier twitted.

He also said “We will continue to work in solidarity to find African solutions to Africa’s problems and strive for a more resilient continent.”

The PM has held discussions with leaders of several countries on bilateral and strategic issues alongside COP27.

He also met with leaders of continental and international organizations to discuss issues of mutual interest.

Ethiopia shares the global community’s concerns and is determined to contribute to their resolution, Abiy twitted.

The premier stated that “Held discussions with leaders of several countries on bilateral and strategic issues alongside COP27. I also met with leaders of continental and international organizations to discuss issues of mutual interest. Ethiopia shares the global community’s concerns and is determined to contribute to their resolution.”

Prime Minister Abiy is in Egypt participating at the UN’s Climate Change Summit known as COP27.

The summit has opened in Sharm el-Sheikh today in the presence of Heads of State and Government of several countries including Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.  

At COP 27, countries come together to take action towards achieving the world’s collective climate goals as agreed under the Paris Agreement and the Convention.

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