By Ola Williams
Abuja, Nigeria – President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has embarked on a trip to Paris, France, to participate in the review and signing of a New Global Financial Pact.
The agreement aims to prioritize support and investment for vulnerable countries.On Tuesday morning, Tinubu departed from the presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja.
The two-day summit, scheduled for Thursday, June 22 to 23, will bring together world leaders, including Tinubu, to discuss and finalize the financial pact.
In addition to the pact’s signing, President Tinubu will seize the opportunity to rally support for innovative financing targeted at countries vulnerable to climate change. Furthermore, he aims to promote development in low-income nations and encourage investment in “green” infrastructure for energy transition within emerging and developing economies.
Accompanying President Tinubu on the trip are members of the Presidential Policy Advisory Council and other senior government officials. The President is expected to return to Abuja on Saturday, June 24, after successfully participating in the summit and advancing Nigeria’s interests on the global stage.