[size=30]Riyadh presents in Davos the priorities of the “G20 Summit”[/size]Guterres warns of the consequences of an unprecedented rise in global warming
Friday - 29 Jumada I 1441 AH - January 24, 2020 AD No. No. 
Part of the session on reviewing the priorities of the G20 summit, which is chaired by Saudi Arabia this year.
Davos: Naglaa Habrari and Muhammad Al-Hamidi
While the Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman stressed the country's openness to transfer the economic experience, including progress in the energy fields, he stressed the Kingdom's interest in climate issues and reducing emissions, noting that the city of Neum, Saudi Arabia, will be an urban model friendly to the environment. For his part, Minister of Finance Mohamed Al-Jadaan pointed out that the issues of sustainable growth, its mechanisms and paths will be the focus of the summit.
On the sidelines of the forum, a group of Saudi youth presented their projects aiming to bring about positive change in the world, within the participation of the Mohammed Bin Salman Charitable Initiatives Center (Misk) in the forum.
On the other hand, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said yesterday in Davos that the climate crisis is a "threat to our time" and warned of the repercussions of an unprecedented rise in global warming. He explained: "We see the repercussions of the climate crisis today, as we have the highest concentration of carbon dioxide in 800 million years, and we notice the high temperatures on land and sea at an unprecedented pace."