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France: Fifth edition of Paris Peace Forum focuses on world food and energy security٠٠:٠٣:٤٠

France: Fifth edition of Paris Peace Forum focuses on world food and energy security

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نوفمبر ١١, ٢٠٢٢ at ٢١:٢٧ GMT +00:00 · Published

Fifth edition of Paris Peace Forum opened in French Capital on Friday with participants discussing world food and energy security matters.

EU High representative for foreign affairs and security policy Josep Borrell speaking at conference called to set priorities for it is impossible to discuss issues of climate with 'someone who runs the risk of dying of hunger next month'.

'We have to face the most pressing, the most serious problems, we cannot talk to someone who runs the risk of dying of hunger next month, that he is concerned about climate change in 20 years. He has a 20-day problem, not a 20-year problem. So we have to deal with the food crisis and the energy crisis," Borrell concluded.

Among high rank speakers of the Forum there were French President Emmanuel Macron, Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs Jose Manuel Albares, President of Georgia Salomé Zurabishvili.

Forum is planned to last for two days with about 4,000 attendees participating.

France: Fifth edition of Paris Peace Forum focuses on world food and energy security٠٠:٠٣:٤٠
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Fifth edition of Paris Peace Forum opened in French Capital on Friday with participants discussing world food and energy security matters.

EU High representative for foreign affairs and security policy Josep Borrell speaking at conference called to set priorities for it is impossible to discuss issues of climate with 'someone who runs the risk of dying of hunger next month'.

'We have to face the most pressing, the most serious problems, we cannot talk to someone who runs the risk of dying of hunger next month, that he is concerned about climate change in 20 years. He has a 20-day problem, not a 20-year problem. So we have to deal with the food crisis and the energy crisis," Borrell concluded.

Among high rank speakers of the Forum there were French President Emmanuel Macron, Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs Jose Manuel Albares, President of Georgia Salomé Zurabishvili.

Forum is planned to last for two days with about 4,000 attendees participating.