Erdogan will raise problem of climate change at G20 and GA UN summit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will raise the problem of combating climate change at the G20 leaders in India, after which the same issue will be affected by the Turkish leader and at a meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York.

The head of the Turkish state will go to New Delhi for the G20 leaders, which is scheduled for September 9-10. One of the important points of the agenda that President Erdogan will share with the leaders at the summit will be a change in climate.

in the framework of bilateral meetings at the summit, which will be held under the slogan: “One world, one family, one future,” Erdogan will tell about the steps taken by Turkey in the fight against climate change.

After the G20 leaders summit, the Turkish President will take part in the 78th session of the UN General Assembly, which will be held in New York. In his speech at the UN General Assembly and within the framework of bilateral meetings, the head of the Turkish state plans to update the topic of climate change.

In the application made on the eve of the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers in the presidential complex, President Erdogan also touched on the importance of combating climate change. He emphasized that Turkey takes part in all international initiatives on this issue, fulfills its obligations and is one of the countries that make the most significant contribution to the Paris Climate Agreement.

Erdogan noted that climate change and conflicts led to the fact that the issue of food security began to be considered at the national level in all societies.

“We will continue to work on this vital issue, which concerns the future of all mankind, both by fulfilling our own obligations and by manifesting the initiative at the global level. We will share these problems with our interlocutors at the G20 Summit and the UN General Assembly” – said the president.