Pakistan has called on the developed countries to lead the efforts for accelerating climate actions including the implementation of mitigation actions.
The call was made by Caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani while representing Pakistan at the G77 and China Leaders’ Summit on Climate Change held during the ongoing COP28 World Climate Action Summit in Dubai, today.
He said in line with the principles of equity and CBDR which means common but differentiated responsibilities there is need to focus on the goal of 1.5 degree Celsius.
The Foreign Minister called for climate finance to developing countries and more focus on building resilience to climate change.
He said all countries have a stake in effective implementation of the commitments and pledges made for climate action.
The Foreign Minster underscored the need for unity to achieve the G77's objectives in all areas of climate change including mitigation, adaptation, loss and damage and climate finance.