UK PM Rishi Sunak escapes from meeting suddenly at COP27 event! people were surprised to see – न्यूज़लीड India

UK PM Rishi Sunak escapes from meeting suddenly at COP27 event! people were surprised to see


Aide removes Rishi Sunak from COP27 meeting

Liye Hickman, director of the UK-based organization Carbon Brief, posted a video on Twitter. According to Hickman, Sunak was sitting at an event on climate change. Meanwhile, his colleagues intervened and said something in their ears for more than a minute. After this two more aides came and persuaded Sunak to walk out of the event, but Sunak remained seated. After this another suhiyogi returned and again requested Sunak to leave.

Why did Rishi Sunak leave the meeting?

After this, Sunak suddenly got up and got up from the event and walked out with quick steps. However, it is not yet clear what information Sunak had received from his associates. The United Nation’s Climate Change Conference is commonly referred to as the Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC or COP27. It started on Sunday at the resort in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Britain’s first black prime minister arrived in Sharm el-Sheikh after overturning a decision to attend an important climate meeting in Egypt.

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