Tajik delegation attends UN climate change conference in Copenhagen
delegation, led by the First Deputy Prime Minister, Asadullo
Ghulomov, is attending the United Nations Climate
Change Conference that has opened in
international media, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
(UNFCCC) Executive Secretary, Mr. Yvo de Boer, said
on Sunday that the
"I believe that negotiators now have the clearest signal ever from world leaders to draft a solid set of proposals to implement rapid action," the UN climate chief told reporters, according to Reuters. "Never in the 17 years of climate change negotiations have so many different nations made so many firm pledges together. Almost every day countries announce new targets or plans of action to cut emissions," he said.
In recent weeks,
The closing stages of the UN conference will be attended by 105 world leaders who will try to seal a deal after years of bitter debates over how to divide up the burden of emissions curbs and who should pay.