Dubai, 1 Dec 2023 – This morning, Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka met with Madame Mariam bint Mohammed Saeed Hareb Almheiri Minister of Climate Change and Environment in the United Arab Emirates.
The Prime Minister and Minister’s discussions centered around crucial environmental initiatives and collaborative efforts to address climate change challenges affecting our global community.
The meeting served as a testament to the strong commitment of both Fiji and the UAE in advancing climate resilience and sustainability.
Prime Minister Rabuka and Minister Almheiri explored avenues for enhanced cooperation in areas such as renewable energy, conservation, and innovative climate solutions.
Following this significant meeting, Prime Minister Rabuka proceeded to Expo City, where the #COP28
meetings are currently underway.
This global gathering presents an invaluable platform for international leaders to converge and strategize on urgent climate action measures.
Prime Minister Rabuka is set to actively contribute to these discussions, emphasising Fiji’s dedication to environmental stewardship and the well-being of our planet.
The collaboration between Fiji and the UAE reflects a shared commitment to address the pressing issues of our time, and the outcomes of these engagements are poised to contribute positively to the global fight against climate change.