Global leaders convene at COP-28, paving the way for Azerbaijan’s hosting of COP-29

Kathmandu: In a historic decision, President Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, who presided over COP-28, has officially given the green light to Azerbaijan as the host for the upcoming COP-29. The announcement, made earlier today, marks a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to address global climate change.

President Al Jaber confirmed the acceptance of Azerbaijan’s proposal to host COP-29 during the 28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The event is scheduled to take place in 2024 and is anticipated to play a pivotal role in shaping international climate policies.

Azerbaijan’s successful bid to host COP-29 garnered widespread support from fellow Eastern European nations. The decision reflects a collaborative effort among nations committed to addressing the pressing challenges posed by climate change.

The COP-28 meeting, which convened in an atmosphere of diplomatic cooperation, will officially conclude on Tuesday, concluding its discussions on key environmental initiatives and paving the way for Azerbaijan to take the lead in organizing the next critical summit.