Philip J Pierre calls for Collective action at COP28

Philip J Pierre, The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, addressed the world leaders at COP28 Summit in Dubai.

Philip J Pierre, The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, addressed the world leaders at the recently held COP28 Summit in Dubai. He called upon world leaders to make collective efforts to mitigate the negative effects of climate change.

As Caribbean nations are most vulnerable to any climatic change effect, Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Philip J Pierre highlighted the issue of climate change along with many other environmental-related issues at COP28. COP(Conference of Parties) is holding its 28th session in the world-famous city of Dubai.

Advertisement

He said that the time has come to take immediate and collective steps against the ill effects of climate change. He also said that this is not the responsibility of any particular country or region. Rather, all the regions and countries have to join hands. According to him, every year the challenge is growing and challenging the human existence on earth.

Prime Minster Philip J Pierre also called the world leaders to bring the strictest laws and regulations for the protection of the environment. He also urged that every human activity must be sustainable development oriented.

Speking further, PM Philip J Pieree appreciated the steps taken by the United Arab Emirates and Germany, which are necessary for minimising the damage to the environment.

He also underscored that the developed nation must lead the movement as flag bearers. While comparing the financial conditions of CARICOM stated with the international market, he said that the financial position of developing states needs more support to take more climate-friendly initiatives.

It is to be specifically mentioned that PM Philip j Pierre again advocated his idea of “People First” at this global Stage of COP. He said that People must be placed first before Regional bias and economic disparity.

The PM also encouraged the world leaders to take on the board Taiwan being a part of the global community.

Advertisement

Notably climate change has forced the international community to come forward at single platform. COP is step taken by internation commmuninty in this direction. The UN and its allied agencies are also taking many steps to build A strong alliance at the world level to address the problem of change.

Tariq Saeed

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Read More

Iran: President addresses a joint press conference along with Iraq’s PM

The President of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, and the Prime Minister of Iraq, Mohammed Shia Al-Sudan, hold a joint Press Conference in Tehran and discussed issues if regional and international Imporatnce.

Bahrain: Health Minster meets Executive President of Royal College of Surgeons

Jalila Bint Al-Said Jawad Hassan, the Health Minister of Bahrain, hold a meeting with Professor Samir Al-Attoum of royal college of Surgeons.

Energy demand in Dubai increased by 6.3% during first half of 2022

Energy demand in Dubai rose by 6.3% year-on-year during the first half of this year, driven by the sustained economic recovery in the UAE, said Dubai Electricity and Water Authority.

Recent

Egypt strengthens ties with expatriates: Ministry of Immigration’s year of milestones unveiled

Egypt: Ministry of State for Immigration and Egyptian Affairs Abroad issued a statement regarding sustainable communication.

Dubai Exhibition at Museum Hub illuminates biography of late queen

Dubai: No sooner had the news of Queen Elizabeth II's departure been announced than the world was full of him, to turn into a...

Abu Dhabi to host series of events in September 2023, showcases culture, heritage

Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi will host a number of events in September 2023, covering a range of sectors from culture and heritage to entertainment, technology,...
admin