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EU Commission President talks with PM New Zealand

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New York, 25 September 2021 (TDI): European Union Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen talked yesterday in a call with Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern. President Von der Leyen and Prime Minister Ardern talked about COP 26.

President Von der Leyen indicated that she is looking forward to having a meeting with Prime Minister Ardern later in November to discuss the European Union’s relationship with New Zealand, including a Free Trade Agreement.

The United Nations, for almost three decades now has brought almost every country on the planet together for global climate summits known as COPs, which stand for ‘Conference of the Parties.’ Climate change has progressed from a minor concern to a worldwide one throughout that time.

This year is the 26th annual meeting, thus the name COP26. COP26 is being held in Glasgow, with the United Kingdom serving as President.

In the run-up to COP26, the UK is collaborating with every country to establish an understanding of how to address climate change. For twelve days of negotiations, world leaders will come to Scotland, together with tens of thousands of negotiators, government officials, companies, and people.

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