Climate change combat pact a big victory: Bilawal Bhutto

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Published: 10:28 PM, 25 Nov, 2022
Climate change combat pact a big victory: Bilawal Bhutto
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Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari  has said the climate change combat pact is a big victory, 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Friday VI  hit by the climate change

The agreement is a victory for the people who have been affected by climate change,” he said in an interview with a foreign broadcaster.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari  has said the climate change combat pact is a big victory, 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Friday VI  hit by the climate change

The agreement is a victory for the people who have been affected by climate change,” he said in an interview with a foreign broadcaster.

“I think that this is a big victory, not for any one individual or one country, but this is a big victory for all of those who've suffered from the devastation of climate change. And it's something that has been a longstanding demand to allow countries who suffer exorbitantly as a result from climate change, but didn't necessarily contribute as much to the position we find ourselves in, for them to have an opportunity, ” the FM added.

He stressed that not only the developing countries will be affected by the catastrophe of climate change, but the developed world will also be affected

The foreign minister continued: “With regard to financial cooperation, he added it is to be seen what mechanism the global financial system adopts and how it will reach the most affected. 

“In our opinion, the issue of financial cooperation is likely to be completed by the next meeting of the COP, which will be hosted by the United Arab Emirates. Many countries in the G77 plus China are undoubtedly worried about the non-fulfilment of past commitments. This is the reason why writing in the agreement is important. 

“Instead of pointing fingers at each other, we should focus on the common struggle for collective survival. This is not the first time that the current floods have caused destruction in Pakistan, there have been severe heatwaves and floods before. A practical consensus is needed to eliminate the use of fuels that harm the environment. There should also be a climate bank that I can go to. I have to get my people back on their feet.” 

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