ASIATODAY.ID, JAKARTA – The President of the Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo (Jokowi) together with a limited delegation departed for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to attend the COP28 Summit.
“Today I and a limited delegation will fly to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to attend a series of activities at the World Climate Action Summit COP28,” said President Jokowi in a press statement before departure, in Jakarta, Thursday, November 30 2023.
President Jokowi said that at the COP28 Summit he would convey Indonesia’s views and the importance of world collaboration in overcoming climate change.
“I will convey Indonesia’s experience and emphasize the importance of global collaboration for climate finance as well as the importance of an inclusive transition to ensure sustainable development and the welfare of people in developing countries,” he said.
According to Jokowi, the world’s hopes for COP28 are very high so that there will be real global action to limit the rise in temperature in the world.
“Real commitment must be strengthened, especially the commitment of developed countries to climate finance, especially in order to achieve the net zero emission target,” he said.
During this working visit, President Jokowi is also scheduled to attend the Leaders’ Event: Transforming Food Systems in the Face of Climate Change, the G77 and China Summits, as well as several bilateral meetings.
“God willing, my entourage and I will return to Jakarta on December 3, Sunday morning,” said President Jokowi. (AT Network)
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