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PM Boris Johnson welcomes world leaders to Glasgow as delegates join lengthy queues to gain entry to venue #COP26BBC

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11/1/2021 2:42:00 PM

PM Boris Johnson welcomes world leaders to Glasgow as delegates join lengthy queues to gain entry to venue COP26BBC

The heads of 120 countries are arriving for the climate conference with US President Joe Biden heading to Glasgow from Edinburgh Airport.

On the M8, congestion connected with road closures for the summit was exacerbated by traffic accidents.Tail-backs from the city centre all the way to Glasgow Airport were reported, and closures near the COP26 site on the Clydeside Expressway and Clyde Arc - known as the Squinty Bridge - increased peak-time delays.

But train services from London to Glasgow resumed on Monday morning.Travellers heading to COP26 were left stranded on Sunday after disruption to the West Coast line because of damage to overhead electric wires caused by a fallen tree.Image source,Image caption,

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Glasgow residents and workers have also faced travel disruption. On the M8, congestion connected with road closures for the summit was exacerbated by traffic accidents. Tail-backs from the city centre all the way to Glasgow Airport were reported, and closures near the COP26 site on the Clydeside Expressway and Clyde Arc - known as the Squinty Bridge - increased peak-time delays. But train services from London to Glasgow resumed on Monday morning. Travellers heading to COP26 were left stranded on Sunday after disruption to the West Coast line because of damage to overhead electric wires caused by a fallen tree. Image source, Image caption, President Joe Biden met officials in Edinburgh before heading westwards to Glasgow Mr Biden landed at Edinburgh airport on Air Force One shortly before 11:00, and is now travelling west to Glasgow. His aircraft is one of many conveying politicians and delegates to the climate change conference. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she understood that the air travel involved may send a "mixed message" - but agreed that more progress is made when leaders meet in person. "Given all of the travel required to get here, it even further increases the pressure on the shoulders of world leaders to make sure it's worth it," she said. Image source, Image caption, Nicola Sturgeon met climate activists Greta Thunberg and Vanessa Nakate inside the Blue Zone The COP26 global climate summit in Glasgow in November is seen as crucial if climate change is to be brought under control. Almost 200 countries are being asked for their plans to cut emissions, and it could lead to major changes to our everyday lives.