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PUNTLAND: The Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation has distributed 60 tonnes of dates to needy families in the city of Bosaso, northeastern state of Puntland, Somalia.
An orphanage and a refugee house along with thousands of people benefited from the gesture.
The beneficiaries praised the UAE's assistance and thanked the UAE government, its people, and the Khalifa Foundation for their efforts to alleviate the burden of underprivileged families.
The distribution of dates is one of the humanitarian programmes that the Khalifa Foundation implements annually, in addition to its programme to distribute dates during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
The global event, which commenced on Thursday at Dubai Expo City, brings together 180 heads of state and government from around the world.
The discussions at the meeting focused on strengthening international cooperation to reduce emissions, achieve climate neutrality, and promote sustainable practices that align with current global development priorities.
"The science has spoken, it has confirmed the moment is now to find a new road, a road wide enough for all of us, free of the obstacles and detours of the past," the COP28 President told delegates.
Throughout the venue, journalists are ready to cover every detail of COP28, which is set to be the most inclusive in history. Some of the most prominent media have separate working cubicles with TV screens...