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COP25 extension of the session can not be agreed on the main agenda, the closing

2019-12-14T21:01:14.548Z

The United Nations Conference on Global Warming Countermeasures “COP25” has been negotiated for an extended period of time, but no final consensus proposal has been presented.



COP25 extended session could not be agreed on the main agenda and the closing was on December 15 at 5:56

The UN Conference on Global Warming Countermeasures “COP25” has been negotiated for an extended period of time, but no final agreement has been proposed yet, and there is a possibility that the main agenda will be closed without agreement. It has come.

“COP25”, which has been held in Spain from the 2nd of this month, was scheduled to be closed on the 13th with the adoption of a document that will be the outcome of the conference.

However, discussions continued by extending the session by one day, because opinions were not gathered over statements that encouraged countries to raise greenhouse gas reduction targets and some of the rules necessary for the implementation of the “Paris Agreement” starting next year. It is.

Chile, the presidency, will continue to coordinate with each country and show the final agreement, but it is not shown even after 9:30 pm on 14th local time, and may close without agreement on the main agenda. Sex has come out.

A person in charge of the Ministry of the Environment said, “We are continuing our last minute efforts. I do not know the prospects of the meeting, but I will do my best to stay up all night so that the negotiations will be finalized.”

Negotiations are coming to a big climax, as each country can find a compromise ahead of the start of the “Paris Agreement,” which stipulates that all countries cooperate to tackle global warming.

Source: nhk

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