Al-Baour opens the Libya Pavilion at the World Climate Summit Exhibition in DubaiPulbished on:
Dubai, December 3, 2023 (LANA) - The person responsible for managing the work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Al-Taher Al-Baour, opened, on Sunday, the State of Libya’s pavilion at the international exhibition held in Dubai, on the sidelines of the COP 28 climate conference hosted by the UAE.
Libya is participating in the exhibition after preparations by the Foreign Affairs Department of the Council of Ministers several months ago in coordination with government institutions concerned with implementing the policies of the Government of National Unity related to the environment and confronting climate change, and fulfilling the obligations of the State of Libya towards supporting international efforts to confront climate change, and creating broader spaces for clean energy initiatives around the world.
A source in the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs told the Libyan News Agency that the National Unity Government will announce, during its participation in the COP28 World Climate Summit, a road map for an integrated climate policy for the State of Libya, and details of the national strategy for transitioning to renewable energies.
According to the source, Libya will also announce the National Oil Corporation’s zero emissions initiative, in addition to members of the specialized government delegation holding pre-prepared bilateral meetings with leading institutions in the fields of the environment, confronting the effects of climate change, and the field of investment in clean energies.