From the UK side, the Secretary of State’s Special Representative, Richard Austin, and Representative of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Iona MacDonald, received the Head of State.
In Scotland, its first official activity is scheduled to be the opening ceremony of the Climate Change Conference, scheduled between 8 and 9, Argentine time. He will be responsible for the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson.
Regarding the proposals that Argentina will put forward to the summit, the government spokesperson said, Gabriella CerrutiLast Thursday, he said the country would propose a new target to cut emissions. “He will take a proposal that increases it by 27 percent more,” the national official added during a press conference.
At nine, the four-hour plenary session of the summit will begin, while in parallel, between 10.30 and 12.30, the high-level meeting will take place Action and Solidarity: The Decisive Contract.
Meanwhile, at 2 p.m., the official reception given by Boris Johnson and other members of the royal family on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II, in honor of the heads of state or government participating in COP26, is scheduled, with 15 welcoming speeches and the official. Photo after 15 minutes.
The President’s second and final day in Scotland will include a welcome breakfast hosted by Boris JohnsonThen the COP26 Leaders Summit plenary will be held.
There, the Argentine president will insist that a “debt trade-off for climate action” is the key to an “exit from the crisis” in the environment, as he noted at the Latin American Summit on Climate Change, which he participated in via video conference on the 8th of last month.
At 9.20, Fernandez will hold a half-hour meeting with the President of the Republic of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado QuesadaAnd then you will have a bilateral meeting with the President of the Swiss Confederation, Guy Barmlin.
Finally, at 1:00 p.m., the closing ceremony of COP 26 will take place.
as known DomainIt is expected that he will join the official delegation accompanying President Alberto Fernandez, Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Kattopodesenvironment and sustainable development, Juan Cabande.
At the conclusion of the summit G20Today, in their final declaration of the summit in Rome, the leaders of the member states requested a review of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) surcharge policy, in line with the proposal made recently by the Argentine government. Months.
This came among the central points by the leaders of the Group of Twenty countries, reaffirming the request made by their finance ministers on October 13, in which they asked the International Monetary Fund to review its policy on additional fees, in line with the claim he made. Argentina
In addition, they asked the multilateral lending authority to create a new Resilience and Sustainability Fund to provide affordable long-term financing to low- and middle-income countries, and called for the voluntary transfer of part of the Special Drawing Rights (SDR). Helping weak countries.
President Alberto Fernandez on Saturday in Rome met the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, in a fresh case to advance negotiations on a new agreement that includes fewer flight attendants and gives the country oxygen to postpone its entitlements. Nearly $45,000 million in debt.
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