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This is ActionAid's press statement on the opening of the COP25 climate negotiations in Madrid in December 2019.
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"The shifting of COP25 from Chile to Madrid with only four weeks’ notice presents real barriers to participation for countries from the global South and civil society."
The Chilean government has pulled out of hosting the 25th Conference of the Parties (COP25) climate summit due to continuing protests against rising inequality. This must not delay progress on climate