CAIRO – 28 October 2022: The US President Jo Biden, will visit Egypt, On November eleventh to attend the twenty seventh Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Friday.
It was added that Biden might be visiting Cambodia, and Indonesia afterwards as a part of a brief tour that features attending, COP27, U.S.-ASEAN Summit and the G20.
The white house statement said that at COP27, Biden will construct on the numerous work the US has undertaken to advance the worldwide climate fight and help essentially the most vulnerable construct resilience to climate impacts, and he’ll highlight the necessity for the world to act on this decisive decade.
US president will then be in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from November 12-13 to take part in the annual U.S.-ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit. In Cambodia, he’ll reaffirm the US’ enduring commitment to Southeast Asia and ASEAN centrality, constructing on the success of the historic U.S.-ASEAN Special Summit in Washington, DC. He’ll underscore the importance of U.S.-ASEAN cooperation in ensuring security and prosperity within the region, and the wellbeing of our combined one billion people.
And from November Thirteenth-Sixteenth Biden might be in Bali, Indonesia for the G20 Leaders’ Summit.
In Bali, the President will commend President Widodo’s leadership of the G20 and highlight the U.S. commitment to this premier forum for economic cooperation with countries representing greater than 80% of the world’s GDP. He’ll work with G20 partners to handle key challenges akin to climate change, the worldwide impact of Putin’s war on Ukraine, including on energy and food security and affordability, and a spread of other priorities necessary to the worldwide economic recovery.