Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Activists on social media circulated a video clip of the Saudi Energy Minister, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, and the manner in which he responded to media professionals who asked about the Kingdom’s position on the accusations against it of obstructing efforts to reach an agreement on fossil fuels on the sidelines of a conference. the climate.
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In the circulating video, the media appears to ask questions about his response to the accusations that Saudi Arabia is obstructing the negotiations, before replying, saying: “These are not dangerous allegations, but rather fabricated allegations…”
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On Wednesday, at the Glasgow Climate Change Conference (COP 26), the Saudi Energy Minister stressed the “importance of recognizing the plurality of solutions” to address the problem of climate change without bias towards one source of energy over the other, referring to him not to reduce the role of fuel Fossil is the guarantor of a smooth transition to cleaner energy.
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He added, “The global nature of climate change requires an effective joint international response, and the success of this response lies in achieving three basic pillars: the first is energy security, the second is economic development that ensures the well-being of peoples, and the third is addressing the challenge of climate change.”
He stressed that these pillars must be observed “all without prejudice to one for the other, with the importance of recognizing the plurality of solutions to address the problem of climate change by focusing on emissions, as stated in the Paris Agreement, and without bias towards one source of energy without the other.”
It is noteworthy that the circulating video was taken from the Sky News channel, which published the video with a comment in which it said: “These are not serious allegations, these are fabricated allegations.” The Saudi Energy Minister said that the allegations that he is trying to obstruct progress in the field of fossil fuels are “lies.” “.