Head of Iran's Department of Environment announces Iean's environmental positions in the COP27 conference
Participating in the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), the Iranian Vice President and Head of the Department of Environment explained the positions of the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding climate change and achieving the global goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
DOE reports--Ali Selajegheh - Vice President and Head of the Department of Environment left Tehran for Egypt on November 23rd. as the head of the Iranian delegation.
Upon his arrival in Cairo, he was welcomed by Omar Marwan n the Minister of Justice of Egypt and Mohammad Hossein Soltanifar, Head of the Office for the Protection of Iran's Interests in this country.
On the second day of his trip, as the first speaker of the COP 27 conference on November 24th., Selajegheh explained the positions of the Islamic Republic of Iran on the issue of climate change and achieving the global goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
On the sidelines of this meeting, the Vice President met and talked with Simon Steele, Executive Secretary of the 27th Climate Change Conference.
Referring to the global reflection of the summit, he emphasized the need for common understanding between developing and developed countries, convergence and avoiding existing divergences to achieve the goals of the conference.
Head of the Department of Environment also met Sameh Shoukry, Egyptian Foreign Minister and Chief of Staff of the 27th Climate Change Conference.
During the meeting, Vice President said that despite the cruel US sanctions against Iran and the complete failure of our country's goals from climate change programs, Iran has had extensive knowledge-based advances in the field of environment, especially when it comes to adaptating.
He mentioned the meeting of environment ministers of the regional countries held in Tehran on July 30th.
Selajegheh said, according to Tehran's announcement, the formation of the Secretariat of the Regional Cooperation Organization is on the agenda, and soon the initial draft of this organization will be provided to the countries for review and submission of opinions.