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King Charles does not go to Egypt

King Charles does not go to Egypt

DrHe is the British king Charles III Contrary to previous plans, he will not travel to attend the global climate summit in Egypt next November. Buckingham Palace confirmed this to Sky News on Sunday after the Sunday Times reported that the new prime minister, Liz Truss, wanted to prevent the king from attending.

An unnamed senior palace source told the newspaper that the decision was made in the spirit that Charles, as Britain’s head of state, was constantly keen to act “on the advice of the government”.

While the 73-year-old has been a pioneer in climate protection for decades, truss Completely different tones. It wants to return to climate-damaging fracking in Great Britain, develop new gas fields, and has made Jacob Rees-Mogg the conservative energy minister, who has expressed doubts about climate change in the past.

According to government circles, the report said that the palace and the government had jointly decided that there were “more appropriate options for the new king’s first state visit.”

A royal source close to Charles told The Times that the king was “personally disappointed” that he had already scheduled meetings and a speech at the summit. However, he will still find ways to be present at the most important international climate policy meeting. Queen Elizabeth II delivered a video address to heads of government meeting in Glasgow last year. Charles was there in person at the time and made an urgent appeal to the world to do more to combat the impending climate catastrophe.

The controversy is seen as the first sign of a new, less conservative approach from the royal family, as Charles’ displeasure with the decision has been leaked. In the past, Charles, as heir to the throne, was known to inform governments of his concerns. However, in his first speech as king, he admitted that from now on it would not be possible to pursue some of his heart’s anxieties in the same way.

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