This time it is going to be done in an inclusive coop that can propose workable solutions to the problems and this can only be possible when everyone is there.— Photo: Emirates Embassy Damascus Twitter
This time it is going to be done in an inclusive coop that can propose workable solutions to the problems and this can only be possible when everyone is there.— Photo: Emirates Embassy Damascus Twitter

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has officially invited Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to participate in the United Nations COP28 Climate Summit.

The UAE embassy in Damascus said on its Twitter account that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has accepted the invitation to the United Nations COP 28 Climate Summit sent by Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nihyan, the President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi. done.

On the other hand, the spokesperson of the COP28 Climate Summit said that this time we are going to do it in an inclusive COP that can propose transformational solutions to the problems and this can only be possible if everyone is there.

According to Arab media, if the Syrian president decides to attend the UN meeting, it will be his first participation in a global summit since 2011, because of the severe civil war in Syria and strained diplomatic relations between his government. International sanctions were imposed.