On the first day of his visit to Kigali in Rwanda, which is hosting a Commonwealth summit this week, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his country would invest about $196 million in hydropower in Africa, with more than 180,000 making Possible measures have been announced. Jobs.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said his country will support the development of clean energy in Commonwealth countries, announcing a package of measures that could create more 180,000 jobs and reduce carbon emissions.
to address Commonwealth Business Forum In Kigali, Rwanda, on Thursday, Boris said there would be an investment of £160 million (about $196 million) in British International Investment.hydropower in africaTo generate electricity for 3 million people.
,British International Investment is investing £160 million in hydroelectric power in Africa, creating 180,000 jobs here, including in Rwanda, while reducing carbon emissions and generating electricity for 3 million people.Boris Johnson said.
He also praised the African Continental Free Trade Area, which he said could generate more capital than Africa could ever get from international aid. According to him, partnership between Commonwealth countries can ensure the prosperity of the green economy.
leaders of countries commonwealth The meeting in Rwanda is expected to call for increased climate change, as climate change remains a top concern for the bloc. Many of them have been affected by recent severe weather events, including heat waves, droughts, cyclones and floods.
The long-awaited to Commonwealth leaders”Living Lands Charter“An action plan to tackle climate change, land degradation and loss of biodiversity.
Speaking at another meeting on the sidelines of the summit, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia ScotlandSaid there is a need for a response to climate change.The world’s most important political, social and economic effort ever,
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