COP26 President to speak on the Amazon during visit to Bolivia and Brazil

Alok Sharma will visit the eastern Bolivian region of Santa Cruz on August 2. He will then travel to Brazil, according to a press release issued by the British Embassy in Bolivia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), Briton Alok Sharma, will visit Bolivia and Brazil next week to stress the need for urgent global action at the summit and also to discuss the conservation of the Amazon.

Sharma will visit Bolivia's eastern region of Santa Cruz on August 2. After completing his agenda in this country, he will travel to Brazil, according to a press release issued Friday (30) by the British Embassy in Bolivia.

In a statement quoted in the bulletin, Sharma said he was "delighted to visit Bolivia and Brazil . . .

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