CSG Patricia Scotland meets Mauritius PM- Pravind Jugnauth during Commonwealth CFAH meeting

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CSG Patricia Scotland meets Mauritius PM- Pravind Jugnauth during Commonwealth CFAH meeting
CSG Patricia Scotland meets Mauritius PM- Pravind Jugnauth during Commonwealth CFAH meeting

Africa-Press – Mauritius. Patricia Scotland- the sixth and first lady of the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, met with Prime Minister of Mauritius- Pravind Jugnauth. Their meeting featured a discussion on several matters of concern related to the Commonwealth and Mauritius.
The main focus of the meeting was based on the Commonwealth’s and Mauritius’s continued commitment to the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub, building resilience to climate change. CSG Scotland also discussed the key outcomes and next steps post CHOGM 2022 with Prime Minister.

Through her social media, Patricia Scotland added, “A fruitful discussion with Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth today on The Commonwealth’s and Mauritius’ continued commitment to the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub (Commonwealth CFAH), building resilience to Climate Change, and key outcomes and next steps post CHOGM 2022.

Patricia Scotland landed in Mauritius with an aim to attend the meeting of the 5th Steering Committee for the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub (#Commonwealth CFAH).

The 5th Steering Committee for the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub (#Commonwealth CFAH) is meeting in #Mauritius is held to review the programme’s progress.

The Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub is our flagship programme that supports member states to address climate change and improve their access to the vital finances required to turn climate commitments and priorities into true action.

Patricia Scotland QC, Commonwealth Secretary-General. . Commonwealth member states can do a lot together to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. Mauritius wants to keep the 1.5-degree goal of the Paris Agreement alive – and within reach.

With her inspiring energy, commitment and leadership foresight, the Commonwealth Secretary-General has had a positive impact on strengthening the voice and advocacy of the Commonwealth on climate change in multilateral avenues.

Madam Secretary General, Mauritius commends your leadership, added Alan Ganoo, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade.

Further, Patricia Scotland also gives awards to Commonwealth Games Federation President Dame Louise Martin CBE, Amb Dr Amina C. Mohammed and CABOS Chair Deryck Murray for their inspiring work in promoting sport for development and peace across the Commonwealth.

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