The Mexican official recalled the announcement made last week by Mexico, within the framework of COP-27, to increase the national emission reduction goals from 22% to 40% in 2030, doubling the domestic capacity for clean energy production in just eight years.
On behalf of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the foreign minister participated this Tuesday in the first day of activities of the G20 Summit, which takes place in Bali, Indonesia.
In the G20 session, I proposed that in order to reduce the risk of a food crisis, President López Obrador’s proposal to support almost one billion people who live on less than 2 dollars a day be implemented by 2023.
— Marcelo Ebrard C. (@m_ebrard)
November 15, 2022
In the session “Food and energy security”, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs denounced that the war in Ukraine has impacted the food and energy security of developing countries and caused international price rises.
Ebrard urged the leaders of Russia and Ukraine, as well as the leaders of the G20, to immediately promote a dialogue that allows the cessation of hostilities.
“Mexico will participate in any effort that leads to that result and we call on our colleagues from the Russian Federation and Ukraine, on behalf of the entire world and our country, so that they can immediately start talks that lead to peace,” he said. the official.
Foreign Minister Ebrard declared himself in favor of permanently including the African Union and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) in the G20 Summit.