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UK’s Johnson voices concern COP26 ‘might go wrong’

By Abiodun Ogundairo
28 October 2021   |   10:45 am
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is "very worried" that the 12-day COP26 climate summit he will host in Glasgow from later this week "might go wrong". But the UK leader told a special Downing Street press conference with children that he remained hopeful a deal can be done to reduce carbon emissions and limit future temperature rises.

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