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CarrZee: Stoking private climate finance is key; reducing the risk of private investment into emerging nations — allowing them to leap frog …it’ll take humility by political leaders not on show right now in global geopolitics …it’ll take some more clarity at the Green Climate Fund, too. The Russia-Ukraine border need not be the fault line that cracks the world in two. A G20 deal endorsed by the UNFCCC meeting in Egypt later this year is what’s needed.
On social media. See Tim Williamson, for instance: here
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan lashed out at foreign diplomats who pressured his country to join a UN resolution condemning Russia over its military attack on Ukraine, accusing the envoys of treating Pakistanis like “slaves”.
At a rally on Sunday, Khan shot back at a March 1 letter from diplomats representing 22 missions, including countries in the European Union along with Japan, Switzerland, Canada, the UK, and Australia, which called on Pakistan to drop its neutrality and join them in condemning Moscow, Russia Today News reported.
“What do you think of us? Are we your slaves that whatever you say, we will do?” questioned Khan, before asking EU ambassadors whether they wrote “such a letter to India”, which also remains neutral, RT reported.
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Not all Western companies sever ties to Russia over Ukraine
A shrinking number of well-known companies are still doing business in Russia even after hundreds of others have announced plans to curtail ties
Independent Via AP news wire
Guardian has good context.