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Will Sudan's President go to Copenhagen?

If the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen is to be a success the world's rich and developing nations must overcome deep differences.

Sudan has a significant role in the pre-Copenhagen diplomacy. Abdalmahmood Mohamed is Sudan's Ambassador at the UN. He is also chairman of the G77 and China bloc of developing countries.

If Copenhagen becomes a battleground between rich and poor won't we all lose out?

He talks to Stephen Sackur.

Watch the full interview with Abdalmahmood Mohamad on HARDtalk on Monday 20th November 2009.

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