Cop26: Blair, Johnson will have to intervene to get results

ROME, NOV 13 – The former British Prime Minister Tony Blair believes that the intervention of the current British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is essential if not decisive to reach an agreement at the COP26 in Glasgow. Speaking to BBC’s Newcastle channel, Blair said he was convinced that Johnson must use his role as a political leader and conference host to push some of the countries involved to reach a consensus. “I think it will probably eventually take the intervention of the prime minister himself to cross the line – said Blair – and this is difficult to do once many leaders have left” with reference to the fact that the presence of most of the world leaders is not expected at the conclusion of the event. (HANDLE).


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