LONDON: Bahrain’s Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad on Tuesday visited Saudi Arabia’s pavilion at the headquarters of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland.
Prince Salman and Bahrain’s ambassador to the UK Sheikh Fawaz bin Mohammed toured the Saudi pavilion, and were briefed by the Saudi ambassador to Britain, Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan, on the work of the Kingdom’s delegation at the conference.
The crown prince praised the efforts made by the Saudi delegation in introducing the projects and constructive measures taken by the Kingdom to combat climate change.
Meanwhile, Prince Khalid bin Bandar held separate talks with the British Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industry Strategy Kwasi Kwarteng and Minister for Middle East and North Africa James Cleverly, to discuss Saudi-UK efforts to combat climate change at all levels.
The Saudi ambassador also held separate meetings with Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy Awaidha Al-Marar, and Qatar’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Sheikh Faleh bin Nasser, on the sidelines of the summit.
They discussed mutual challenges, efforts to counter climate change impacts and accelerate the transition to clean energy as well as other strategic issues of common interest.#COP26 #UAEforClimate #DoE #TowardsaNewEnergyEra #Yearof50 #TheYearofFiftieth
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