Developed countries may delay their Climate commitments- Bangladesh Foreign Minister
The Ukraine crisis may delay promises by developed countries to tackle the effects of climate change.
AK Abdul Momen The Foreign Minister of Bangladesh made the remarks at a session on climate change at the Munich Security Conference in Germany. John Kerry, the US president’s climate envoy, attended the session.
According to the Foreign Minister, Bangladesh is one of the countries most impacted by climate change. The county now serves as Chairman of the Climate Vulnerable Forum, including 1.4 billion people from 55 countries.
However, they account for only 5% of overall carbon emissions. He said, ‘Countries that emit more carbon need to commit to controlling it.
Developed nations will follow through on their promise to fund ten thousand crore US dollars in annual aid to developing countries. Renewable energy. Developing countries need renewable energy technology.’
He also stated that climate change has caused many people to be displaced, resulting in a security dilemma.