President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday, in New York, that climate change is a global challenge and showed that Romania's national strategy on this issue was designed with the aim to shape an economy resilient to climate change, with low carbon dioxide emissions, able of integrating climate policies through smart economic growth.
Romania's permanent representative to the UN, Ambassador Ion Jinga, on Friday held a speech in the Security Council, in an open debate on "Maintaining International Peace and Security: Assessing the Impact of Natural Disasters Caused by Climate Changes on Peace and International Security," informs a press release sent to AGERPRES.
President Rumen Radev presented the Bulgarian position of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, which takes place in the Polish city of Katowice, the press-secretariat of the head of state announced. In it he linked ecologically clean energy to the supply of Russian gas to Bulgaria, reports Dnevnik.
''Bulgaria supports the Paris agreement of 2015 and shares the decision that measures to combat climate change are necessary and urgent. At the same time, these measures should be maintained within the framework of the agreements already reached, without further increasing the requirements and taking into account the state and prospects for the development of the national energy systems.