Turkish president to raise climate change issue at India, New York meetings

Turkish president to raise climate change issue at India, New York meetings

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will raise climate change issues separately at the upcoming G-20 summit in India and the UN General Assembly in New York. CE Report quoting Anadolu Agency

Erdogan will visit India's capital, New Delhi, for the G-20 Leaders' Summit, which will be held on Sept. 9-10, and one of the important agenda items he will discuss with the leaders at the summit will be climate change.

At the summit under the theme “One World, One Family, One Future,” Erdogan will share the steps Türkiye has taken combat climate change during bilateral meetings with the leaders.

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