Nigerian envoy receives Azerbaijan certificate on greener environment

 

The Ambassador At Large, African Region, International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), Dr. Malami Shehu Ma’aji, has been lauded for his contribution to a greener and sustainable future through his active participation in Azerbaijan’s “Plant a Tree” initiative. 

The Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, Republic of Azerbaijan and the Heydar Aliyev Foundation presented a certificate to Ambassador Shehu Malami at the 28th session of the Conference of the United Nations Climate Change in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The certificate of appreciation states that Ambassador Malami’s commitment to planting a tree symbolises a meaningful step towards environmental stewardship and enhances the natural beauty and ecological health of the nation.

The certificate in part reads, “thank you for joining us in this vital effort to nurture our plant.”

Among delegates from almost 200 countries was the World Chairman of International Human Rights Commission, Ambassador Shahid Amir Khan who met with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and other world leaders and advocated for collective action to stop climate change worldwide.

Ambassador At Large African Region, IHRC Dr. Malami Shehu Ma’aji, at the conference, met with the State Secretary and Special Envoy for International Climate Action, the Federal Foreign Ministry of Germany, H E Ms. Jennifer Lee Morgan. Amb. Shehu also met with the Nigerian Minister of Environment, Mr. Balarabe Abbas Lawal during the summit on climate change at the Nigerian Pavilion in Dubai.

Dr. Shehu Malami, in an interview with journalists, said his discussions at the event consider some key factors in African region, particularly governance, agriculture, funding, climate change, crisis among others.

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