Colombian president-elect proposes Latin American dialogue with US on energy transition

"I propose all the governments of America to sit down and talk to establish the steps for the energy transition for the construction of a decarbonized economy," Petro said in his first speech after winning the second round of the presidential election.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president-elect of Colombia, leftist Gustavo Petro, proposed this Sunday that Latin American countries unite to talk with the United States and lay the groundwork for an "energy transition" in the face of the ravages caused by climate change.

"I propose . . .

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