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UAE President Invites Novák to COP28

Int’l Relations

UAE Ambassador to Hungary Saud Hamad Al Shamsi presenting the invitation to Diplomatic Advisor to the President Kristóf Altusz.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, has sent an invitation to Katalin Novák, President of Hungary, to attend the COP28 Climate Change Conference at Expo Dubai in November this year.

COP28 is organized by the UNFCCC, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

The invitation was handed over by Saud Hamad Al Shamsi, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Hungary, to Kristóf Altusz, Diplomatic Advisor to the Hungarian President.

COP28 will be the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference. The conference has been held annually since the first UN climate agreement in 1992. It is used by governments to agree on policies to limit global temperature rises and adapt to impacts associated with climate change.

Shortly before the opening of the conference, the United Nations will publish the first two-year assessment of global progress to slow down climate change called the "global stocktake."


 

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