US President Joe Biden also invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Climate Summit to be held online on April 22-23, and confirmed the invitation in a telephone conversation with Putin last week. Kremlin Press Service announced that Russian leader Putin accepted Biden’s invitation.
In the statement, it was stated that Putin will attend the summit, “Putin will explain Russia’s approaches at the summit in the context of establishing comprehensive international cooperation aimed at overcoming the negative consequences of global climate change.
‘RECEP TAYYİP ERDOĞAN WILL TAKE PLACE’
Powerful measures to be taken against global warming and their economic benefits will be discussed among leaders at the Inter-Leader Climate Summit. The summit, to be held next April, marks the beginning of the United Nations Global Warming Conference (COP26), scheduled to take place in Glasgow in November 2021.
At the summit, many issues will be discussed, from efforts to raise public awareness, the economic benefits of the measures to be taken, and the protection of those who suffer from climate change from international security problems due to climate change.
On the other hand, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is among the leaders of 40 countries that Biden invited to the Climate Summit.