QCOLOMBIA – On the second day of the United Nations conference on climate change (COP26) that’s taking place in Glasgow, Scotland, Colombia’s President Iván Duque has already made important advances in environmental matters for the country.
In addition, several national media captured the moment in which Duke meets his United States counterpart, Joe Biden.
Although so far the issues being discussed by the heads of state are not known, the truth is that both may coincide at a working lunch with a team from the European Commission, which could also be present the Prime Minister of the U.K., Boris Johnson.
Precisely, the British Prime Minister has already spoken out on the issue of the protection of the Amazon in Colombia, emphasizing that the work of the Government and specifically of President Duque in the fight against this problem.
“President Duque has taken important steps to safeguard the Colombian Amazon and the leaders of the Congo Basin are also working to protect their forests,” Johnson said in his speech at the conference.
It should be remembered that the last meeting that President Duque had with Biden was last June, in which they discussed issues such as the economy, vaccines, employment, human rights, peace, climate change, among others.