King Charles III won’t be going to the COP27 climate conference despite showing willingness to go after UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak upholds Liz Truss’s decision.
The new UK Prime Minister has come under fire for both not attending the event and for forbidding the monarch from going.
According to the local media reports, Charles is dissatisfied with the recommendation that he should skip the event.
The secretary of the environment Thérèse Coffey revealed on Thursday that Charles made the choice to attend the meeting.
According to the Times, who cited friends of Charles, he would be upset if he didn’t go. “He will be champing at the bit but knows it would need government blessing.
This could be yet another wise environmentally conscious step after the PM reversed the fracking decision.
The reports were refuted by sources at Buckingham Palace, who stated that there was no dispute over Rishi’s unwillingness to resume talks on the subject.
Rishi Sunak was appointed as Britain’s first prime minister of Indian descent by King Charles III, following his victory in an uncontested election to lead the ruling Conservative Party.