November 29, 2021

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Annoyed by “Speakers, but not Acting”: Queen Elizabeth II caught by open microphone

Annoyed by "Speakers, but not Acting": Queen Elizabeth II caught by open microphone

Queen Elizabeth II took over COP26 as part of a speech in the Welsh Parliament on Thursday about world leaders ‘talking’ about ‘climate change’ but not ‘taking action’.

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When she opened the new session of the Welsh Parliament on Thursday, the 95-year-old emperor was heard saying, “As her microphone remains intact, go out of her general reserve during a discussion with Parliament President Elin Jones:” Extraordinary, isn’t it? I heard about the COP … I don’t know yet who is coming. ”

“We only know about people who don’t fall … it’s really annoying when they talk, but they don’t act,” she says.

Among the leaders who have not yet confirmed their presence at the two-week UN climate summit in Glasgow (Scotland) from October 31 are Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Chinese President Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Prince Charles, the queen’s son and longtime environmental activist, called on leaders earlier this week to “act on the field.” His grandson Prince William in the British throne line also intervened and demanded more than “nice words”.

The Duke of Cambridge on Thursday attacked the race for space tourism, saying, “The greatest brains and minds in the world [devraient] Above all, I’m trying to repair this planet, ”star streak star William Shatner said the next day as he flew a few minutes into space on a Blue Origin rocket.

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The Speaker of the Welsh Parliament spoke with the Queen about this rare frontal attack by Prince William, which was criticized by some. “Yes I read that [des choses] On that, “Elizabeth II replied with a smile.

The Queen, Charles and William all wanted to attend COP26 events. Participants seek to persuade major developing economies to further reduce their carbon emissions and unlock billions of rich countries to help poorer nations adapt to climate change.