An Israeli minister has arrived in Glasgow, Scotland to attend the UN COP-27 climate conference. But he was unable to enter the Glasgow conference.
The minister, identified as Karin Elhara, had to return from the conference on Monday (November 1), the BBC reported. The reason given is that there is no opportunity to enter the climate conference in a wheelchair.
Unable to attend the climate conference, the Israeli minister said on Twitter that it was “regrettable” that the United Nations did not allow access to various events and conferences (in wheelchairs).
The Zionist state of Israel has reacted angrily to the incident. An official from the delegation to the climate conference, led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, said they would formally complain to the organizers.
The official added that Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett had said he would not attend the climate conference on Tuesday unless Karin Elharar was given a chance to enter.
The plenary session of the second day of the COP-27 conference started on Monday. It will end on Tuesday evening. The conference was attended by US President Joe Biden, Pope Francis, heads of state and more than 25,000 members of various organizations. They have all come together in a last-ditch effort to save the planet from the ravages of climate change.