At the second Green Middle East Initiative Summit, a Presidential Statement was released stating: – At the joint kind invitation of His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, and His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Green Middle East Summit was held for the second time in Sharm El Sheikh, Arab Republic of Egypt, in the presence of a number of Middle Eastern leaders. Eastern and African countries and international officials in the field of environment and climate change, on Monday, 13 Rabi al-Ahir 1444 AH, which corresponds to November 7, 2022 AD, under the joint Saudi-Egyptian presidency. – The assembled leaders commended the efforts being made by Saudi Arabia in the field of preserving the environment and limiting the effects of climate change, in particular the initiative of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, “Green Saudi Arabia” and Asharq Al-Awsat. Green” for the positive impact on the environment in the countries of the region and the world, improving the quality of life and solving the problems of climate change. Leaders stressed the importance of teamwork in achieving the desired goals of the Green Middle East Initiative, believing in the importance of its goals, which are achieved through the concerted efforts and active contributions of the countries of the region. The Leaders also stressed that the second Green Middle East Initiative will accelerate the achievement of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and the prosperity of the peoples of the Member States. Leaders stressed the importance of achieving climate and environmental goals, as well as complying with relevant international agreements approved by the United Nations, which contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 AD and the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration, as well as the determination to achieve integration and close coordination among Member States and invest in this by enhancing their collective capacity to address climate change. The assembled leaders also reaffirmed the commitment of the participating States of the initiative to fulfill their promises and obligations under the Paris Agreement and to take the necessary measures to limit the increase in global average temperature in accordance with the levels set by the Paris Agreement. The leaders reaffirmed the importance of working to strengthen support for the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in a way that contributes to economic diversification and poverty eradication. The leaders emphasized strengthening the integration of the optimal energy balance for electricity generation, supporting the absorption of electricity networks for the transition to renewable energy sources, and contributing to the achievement of climate change goals through the signing of memorandums and agreements on interconnection of electricity networks that have been signed with many countries. in regions such as Iraq, Egypt and Jordan, and what they will be Expanding cooperation in the electrical interconnection network with the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf. The leaders reaffirmed their support for emission reduction efforts in the Middle East and beyond through the signing of bilateral and multilateral clean energy agreements and memorandums of understanding that will promote and expand cooperation on clean energy and clean energy technologies. Leaders stressed the importance of collaborating to address and address greenhouse gas emissions issues through a holistic approach and the various clean technologies available, including the circular carbon economy approach and its four pillars, which provide an integrated and comprehensive framework that countries can draw from. benefits and their application in the development of action plans to combat climate change in accordance with the national priorities and conditions of each country. The assembled leaders reaffirmed their focus on strengthening joint action to support efforts to develop and disseminate advanced carbon capture, storage and decarbonization technologies, in particular in the energy and emissions intensive sectors, while encouraging investment in this area to promote international efforts to address the issue of emissions. Leaders reaffirmed their commitment to adopting an appropriate national approach to achieve an equitable transformation of a low-emission, climate-resilient development model based on proven scientific advice, accountability and agreed principles, with fairness and equity at the forefront and taking into account the national characteristics of each countries. The leaders stressed the importance of joint international action on clean fuel solutions for food security, which contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in general and the seventh goal in particular, which aims at universal access to reliable and sustainable energy. at the easiest price. The leaders expressed their determination to continue working with friendly countries, regional and international organizations to ensure the achievement of the goals of the Green Middle East Summit and serve the interests of Member States and international partners. The leaders reaffirmed their commitment to creating a better future for future generations, believing in the importance of the initiative’s commitment to the sustainable development of the region and the conservation and restoration of its biodiversity for the benefit of countries and peoples around the world. . Leaders reiterated the importance of focusing on mobilizing and providing the necessary funding for the Green Middle East Initiative, as well as for all technologies and solutions that contribute to addressing emissions through bilateral, regional and international mechanisms, as well as coordination within these mechanisms in in addition to welcoming funding pledges made by a number of articles and funds, especially the Islamic Development Bank and the OPEC Fund for International Development.