November 28, 2021

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The British Queen called on leaders to think for future generations

The Queen was ordered to rest, so she addressed a video message at the Glasgow Summit.

British Queen Elizabeth II. He called on the world leaders at the UN Climate Summit on Monday to show the “real state” and create a “safe, sustainable” future for our planet. The Queen made the revelation in a video message addressed to delegates to the summit.

Instead of words, he said, many believe it is time for action. At the same time, the 95-year-old British ruler called on world leaders to think about future generations and rise from the current political situation, the BBC reports.

Elizabeth also expressed “pride” to her late husband Prince Philip and other members of the royal family who are committed to protecting the environment.

The Queen and could not attend the summit in person

The British Queen was originally scheduled to attend the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow, also known as COP26. Recently, however, he was briefly admitted to a London hospital, where he underwent several preventive tests, after which doctors recommended that he rest.

So the Queen decided to speak at the summit only via video message recorded at Windsor Castle last week. The BBC called it “surprisingly personal news.”

The Queen’s son, Prince Charles, and his grandson, Prince William, are attending the climate conference.

The UN Climate Conference in Glasgow, also known as COP26, has been considered the most important global climate forum since the adoption of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015. The two-week event was launched by the World Leaders Forum on November 1st and 2nd. .

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