Leaders arrive at the COP27 climate conference in Sharm El-Sheikh

A number of leaders have started arriving at the COP27 climate conference, hosted by the Egyptian city of Sharm El-Sheikh, to attend the launch of the World Leaders Summit, which will start on Monday and run for two days.

Around 130 heads of state and government will attend the summit to kick-start the high-level segment of world leaders, which will see the convening of six high-level meetings and round tables, starting today from 13:30 – 15:30 and discussing three themes: just transition to implementation, food security and innovative financing of climate and development, according to i media Egyptians.

The activities of the Climate Summit began yesterday in Sharm El-Sheikh, in the presence of the Heads of State and Government, and will continue until 18 November.

The Climate Summit is an annual summit in which 197 countries participate to discuss climate change and what these countries are doing to address and address this problem.

Heads of state, ministers and negotiators are expected to meet, along with climate activists, mayors, civil society representatives and CEOs.

Egypt had submitted a request to host the session questyear of the conference, and was chosen as the only African country that expressed a desire to host the summit parties for the benefit of Africa and the world in general.