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Egyptian Prime Minister Reviews Egypt’s Efforts to Face Climate Change During the Fourth Edition of the World Youth Forum

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Jan 20, 2022 09:16 EST

The Egyptian President Abdel Fatah ElSisi attended the main session titled ‘From Glasgow to Sharm El Sheikh: Combating Climate Change’ during the second-day activities of the World Youth Forum, which was held last week in the resort city of Sharm El Sheikh, under the slogan ‘Back Together’. The session was attended by a host of speakers, topped by Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, Director of Environment and Sustainable Development at the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Nasr, Strategic Advisor on Climate Change and Head of the Climate Promise at the UN Development Programme Cassie Flynn, Director of Climate Change and Environment at the C12 Consultants Akeel Hajat, and CEO and Co-Founder of Hawa Dawa Karim Tarraf. 

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