The President of Brazil has announced Luiz Inacio Lula da Silvathat United Nations (UN) has confirmed the South American country as the headquarters of the CPO30 Climate Summitwhich will be held in 2025.

Which will be held in the city of Belennear the mouth of the Amazon River in it Atlantic Ocean; to what he considered “extraordinary news” from United Nations for the country.

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“I have already participated in a COP in Egypt, in another in Copenhagen and everyone talks about the Amazon, they only talk about the Amazon, but without ever having been in that region”said Lula da Silva in a video disclosed on their social networks.

“I always said, and why not hold a COP in the Amazon, so that everyone gets to know the Amazon and see what the Amazon rivers, the Amazon jungles and the Amazon fauna are like”added the Brazilian president in the video, where he can also be seen next to the Foreign Minister Mauro Vieira and the Governor of the Amazonian state of Pará, Helder Barbalho.

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It should be remembered that Brazil was chosen by the UN to host the COP25 which took place in 2019; However, the president at the time and who had assumed office that same year, Jair Bolsonaro declined the offer, so it was done in Spain.

In Brazil protection programs have been resumed amazonand the fight against the climate crisis that existed before the coming to power of Bolsonaroit has also reinforced the Ministry of the Environmentas well as more resources exclusively for Indigenous villages.

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