Ban Ki-moon calls for infallible to attend the signing of the Paris climate deal next month


 

History of edits:: 27.03.2016 0:00141 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
invited the Secretary – General of the United Nations Ban Ki – moon on his visit to Baghdad on Saturday President Fuad Masum , to attend the ceremony of signing of the Paris climate agreement scheduled to beheld in the month of April for the next change.
According to the United Nations Mission in Iraq [UNAMI] “After discussions with the President Fuad Masum, the Secretary – General of the United Nations , invited him to participate in the meeting to be held in the next month and sign on behalf of Iraq in the Paris agreement on climate change.”
Ban Ki – moon arrived in the capital Baghdad, on Saturday morning, accompanied by the World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and President of the Islamic development Bank Ahmed Mohammed Ali, to discuss the latest political developments and the financial crisis in Iraq and Ttm went evening to Arbil.
He acknowledged representatives of States Al195 participating in the Paris Conference in December 12 / January the first historic deal to combat global warming that threatens the planet disastrous climatic and aims to keep the rise in temperatures on the planet below two degrees Celsius above the level before the era of the Industrial Revolution.
According to weather forecast is expected to range rise in average temperatures by 2016 between 0.72 and 0.96 ° C above the year long – term average of 14 degrees Celsius recorded between 1961 and 1990.

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