COP - 29 will be hosted by Azerbaijan in the year 2024

COP - 29 will be hosted by Azerbaijan in the year 2024

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Category : Science and Tech Published on: December 18 2023

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  • Azerbaijan is an Asian country.
  • According to the recent announcement the COP-29 climate change summit will be hosted by Azerbaijan.
  • This announcement was made at the COP-28 climate change summit.
  • COP – 28 was recently held in the United Arab Emirates.
  • The decision comes after Armenia withdrew its candidacy to host COP-29.
  • COP means Conference of Parties.
  • The COP is organized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
  • This convention is located in Bonn city of Germany.
  • The first COP summit was held in Berlin in the year 1995.
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