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The Angolan ministers of Foreign Affairs and of Environment, Manuel Augusto and Paula Coelho, respectively, left for the Republic of Congo on Friday, where they will participate in the ministerial meeting aimed at preparing the first Summit of Heads of State and the Government of the Congo Basin ...
Luanda, ANGOLA, April 28 - The Angolan ministers of Foreign Affairs and of Environment, Manuel Augusto and Paula Coelho, respectively, left for the Republic of Congo this Friday, where they will participate in the ministerial meeting aimed at preparing the first Summit of Heads of State and the ...
At the initiative of President Nguesso, the summit has several objectives closely linked to the fight against the effects of climate change, which has become the number one threat for the planet. The summit is expected to mobilize €100 million to subsidize projects likely to preserve the huge stocks of ...
The gathering aims to collect resources to finance programs and projects in the areas of the blue economy, the green economy and the fight against climate change, including the fight against poverty in accordance with the spirit of the Marrakech Declaration (COP22). The Blue Fund, which has an ...
Brazzaville, ANGOLA, April 29 - The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, arrived last Saturday afternoon in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, ... to promote blue economy programs and projects, helping to combat poverty among riverside populations and mitigate the effects of climate change.
Environmental protection summit at Brazzaville hosts African leaders ... resources to finance programs and projects in the areas of the blue economy, the green economy and the fight against climate change, including the fight against poverty in accordance with the spirit of the Marrakech Declaration.
He then emphasized that the continent needs to take urgent measures to protect its corners from the impacts and the “devastating effects of global warming on the planet.” The monarch said that all Africa needs to shoulder its responsibility by contributing to efforts that safeguard “African biodiversity.”.
Addressing the first Summit of Heads of State in Brazzaville, King Mohammed VI approached for a collective awareness of the devastating effects of global warming on the planet. “Collective mobilization is crucial and this Summit shows that it is possible,” the Monarch quoted. In the task of building the ...
... with efforts to mitigate climate change to ensure sustainability. Kagame was speaking yesterday at the opening ceremony of the Heads of State and Government Summit on the operationalisation of the Congo Basin Climate Commission and the Blue Fund for the Congo Basin in Congo Brazzaville.
The heads of state and government taking part in the Brazzaville summit appointed, Princess Lalla Hasna President of the Mohammed VI ... The event aimed to establish formal financial resources to fund projects in the field of the blue and green economy, as well as the fight against climate change.
“We must work together to tackle global warming and its risks, and transform our economies to promote sustainable development”, underlined the Moroccan Sovereign, saying that the North African Kingdom “will work resolutely and unremittingly” for the implementation of the Continent's large-scale ...
Evidence is mounting that climate change - in addition to population movements and deficient urban planning - is contributing to these public health ...
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Moroccan media confirmed that after the summit, he will also pay a working visit in Congo during which period he will hold bilateral talks with President Denis Sassou Nguesso. The King who arrived in Brazzaville on Saturday evevning with a large entourage is also expected to oversee the signing of ...
Throughout the visit, King Mohammed VI will also hold talks with Denis. The summit in Brazzaville will gather together African leaders who will review the implementation of the Blue Congo Basin Fund, a project initiated at the COP22 in Marrakech to help the countries of the Congo Basin to create a “shift ...
Throughout the visit, King Mohammed VI will also hold talks with Denis. The summit in Brazzaville will gather together African leaders who will review the implementation of the Blue Congo Basin Fund, a project initiated at the COP22 in Marrakech to help the countries of the Congo Basin to create a 'shift ...
Moroccan media confirmed that after the summit, he will also pay a working visit to Congo during which period he will hold bilateral talks with President Denis Sassou Nguesso. The King who arrived in Brazzaville on Saturday evening with a large entourage is also expected to oversee the signing of ...
... in Brazzaville on Saturday evening with a ministerial delegation that consists of Minister of National Education Saïd Amzazi, Minister of Equipment and Transport Abdelkader Amara, Minister of Health Anas Doukkali, Minister of Energy and Mining Aziz Rebbah, Minister of Tourism and Social Economy, ...
Morocco and the Republic of the Congo signed 14 cooperation agreements during a ceremony in Brazzaville chaired by King Mohammed VI and Congo's President Denis Sassou N'Guesso. The ceremony was held during the King's friendship and working visit to Brazzaville, where he had attended on ...
The tenth agreement concerns cooperation in the field of tourism and aims to promote cooperation between the two countries. The agreement was signed by Mohamed Sajid, Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Crafts, and Social Economy, and Gakosso. The eleventh agreement, between Moroccan ...
The other agreements include education, logistics, health training, and cooperation in the fields of energy, tourism, renewable energy development, science and technology, technical, professional training and professional development for the staff of the University Hospital Center of Brazzaville (CHUB).
These accords, sealed Monday in Brazzaville at a ceremony held under the chairmanship of King Mohammed VI and President Denis Sassou N'Guesso, cover various sectors including renewable energies, tourism, education, investments, agriculture, fisheries, health, vocational training…
You go not to visit its capital, Brazzaville - a hilly, muddy mass of traffic, mud and cheerily painted shacks - or to stay in one of its grim city hotels, with ...