Rishi Sunak announced Wednesday that he will now fly to Egypt for the globalist COP 27 climate talks.
The UK Prime Minister previously stated that he was too busy running the country, dealing with inflation, addressing crime rates, dealing with cross-border illegal immigration, and dealing with a “broken” asylum seeker programme to spare the time to participate.
All of those “disappointing domestic challenges” have now been put on hold, with the confirmation of attendance coming less than 24 hours after his predecessor in Number 10 Boris Johnson said he would be there.
COP27 will take place in Sharm El Sheikh for two weeks, from November 6 to November 18, with 15,000 people expected to fly in from all over the world.
The prime minister stated on Twitter that he will now be one of them, stating that “there is no long-term prosperity without action on climate change.”
“There is no energy security without investing in renewables. That is why I will attend COP27 next week: to deliver on Glasgow’s legacy of building a secure and sustainable future.”
Sunak was “dragged kicking and screaming into doing the right thing,” according to Deputy Labour Leader Angela Rayner, after he agreed to attend the Cop27 climate summit.
“Embarrassing,” she continued.