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Malawi’s participation at the Conference of the Parties (COP 28) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates will unlock new opportunities that will assist the country in speeding up recovery from recent disasters.

Malawi’s leader of delegation at the conference, who is also Minister of Natural Resources and Climate Change, Michael Usi, said this on the sidelines of the conference, which officially commenced last week Thursday.

Usi said already Malawi has started to benefit from the conference and said more is to come.

The COP 28 conference will run from 30 November to 12 December 2023.

Over 70,000 participants, including heads of state, government officials, international industry leaders, private sector representatives, academics, experts, and youth representatives are participating in the conference.

Reported by our correspondent, Matthews Malata, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.


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