Sao Paulo: The Brazilian government announced on Friday that the United Nations Latin America Regional Group has endorsed the city of Belem in the Amazon region to host the UN Climate Change Summit (COP) in 2025. However, the world body is yet to publicly confirm the venue. President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva initially said Brazil would host COP 30 in the city of Belem in the state of Pará in the Amazon region. The Brazilian government later clarified in a statement that the region’s endorsement was just step one of the selection process.
“Support for Brazil’s candidacy reflects the region’s confidence in Brazil’s ability to advance the agenda in the fight against climate change,” the statement said. It was held in 2006 and this year it will be held in Dubai. The United Nations has not yet announced the venue for 2024 and 2025, but a statement from the Brazilian government on Friday indicated that the Latin American working group is choosing the 2025 venue and has endorsed Belém. Is. A final decision will not be taken before COP 29 next year.
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