Rishi Sunak runs off stage and is rushed out of the room by aides at COP27

While Mr. Sunak was on stage, one of his aides could be heard whispering into his ears. The prime minister quickly left the room.

Prime Minister Rishi sunak was rushed from the stage of an event at COP27, Egypt on Monday afternoon. Leo Hickman, journalist and director/editor at Carbon Brief UK, shared a video of the exit of the prime minister on social media.

His aides interrupted Mr. Sunak, who was on stage along with other world leaders to discuss climate change when he was interrupted. It is not known what information Mr. Sunak got from his aides.

According to reports, a second aide approached Mr. Sunak just minutes before he left the stage. He subsequently left the stage while Mr. Sunak remained seated. A few minutes later, another aide approached him and the prime minister fled the stage, exiting through one of the back doors.

Downing Street has not yet issued an official explanation for the prime minister’s abrupt exit, but it is believed that he was leaving early to prepare to give a speech on climate change later in the afternoon.

The speech was used by Mr. Sunak to announce that the UK will continue to donate PS11.6b towards a climate change fund. Sunak also stated that the UK would triple the amount of money allocated to adaptation to PS1.5bn in 2025.

Last week, Mr. Sunak said he would be attending COP27. He then added that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine should not be used to justify a halt to climate change promises.

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