Jonah Martின்nez, President of the Brazilian Federation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA), and Peter Wilson, Ambassador to the United Kingdom, met on Tuesday (19) to discuss the goals of the 26th Conference of the two countries. UN Climate Change (COP 26).
During a meeting at CNA / Senar headquarters, Jono Martின்nez noted that Brazilian rural producers are doing their part and are committed to fulfilling environmental obligations, but the goal is to help Brazil achieve other countries’ recognition.
Peter Wilson outlined the actions that the United Kingdom wants to take on COP 26 and the need for understanding between the countries on the points to be negotiated during the event in Glasgow, Scotland from November 1 to 12.
The meeting was also attended by Muni Lorenzo, vice president of CNA and chairman of the federation’s National Environment Commission; Gedeno Pereira, vice president of international relations at CNA; And Mario Borba, vice president of CNA.
In addition to them, Daniel Carrara, Director General of the National Service for Rural Education (SENAR); Lokia Tudra, Director of International Relations at CNA; CNA’s Technical Director, Bruno Lucci; And CNA Stability Coordinator, Nelson Ananias. Bruna Serguerra, Climate and Environmental Adviser at the United Kingdom Embassy, also attended the meeting.
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