COP26 head Alok Sharma delays “stocktake” at local weather summit for extra talks

Britain’s COP26 president, Alok Sharma, delayed a stocktake of the local weather talks on Saturday, saying delegations wanted extra time to debate points to get nearer to agreeing a deal to finish a United Nations summit in Glasgow.

After the so-called casual stocktaking plenary was delayed by delegations having chats on the ground of the summit corridor for greater than 90 minutes, Sharma stated: “I’ve determined that I feel it could be helpful to permit somewhat bit extra time for these discussions to happen.”

“It’s my intention that we are going to shut this COP this afternoon. It will shut, and on the finish of the day, what’s being put ahead here’s a balanced bundle, everybody’s had an opportunity to have their say.”

The plenary would restart at 1430 GMT, he added.

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