US President Joe Biden sent a letter to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for invitation to the Climate Summit to be held online on April 22-23.
“Mr. President starting with the letter” addressed, Biden “Let the people of the Republic of Turkey and I extend my best wishes.” used the expressions.
Biden stated that he shared the pain of Turkish citizens, their families and all people affected by the Covid-19 outbreak.
Stating that while continuing the joint fight against the Covid-19 epidemic, the threat of climate change should not be overlooked, Biden invited President Erdogan to the climate-themed Leaders Summit to be held online on April 22-23.
Biden stated that the summit will bring together the leaders of the world’s largest economies and other global stakeholders on joint efforts against the climate crisis.
STATEMENT OF CLIMATE SUMMIT BY BEYAZ PALACE
“President Biden invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Climate Summit, which will be hosted online on April 22-23,” the White House said in a written statement. statement was included.
In the statement, which pointed out that the summit in question will be broadcast live to the public, it was reminded that the first day Biden took office, Donald Trump returned to the Paris Climate Agreement he left.
The statement stated that the leaders’ summit will highlight the urgency and economic benefits of a stronger fight against climate change, “This summit will be an important milestone before the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, to be held in November.” evaluation was included.
The 40 world leaders list invited to Biden, the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as well as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, China’s State Minister Xi Jinping, European Council President Charles Michel, President of France Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian State Names such as its President Vladimir Putin and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson were featured.