HE the Minister of Environment Ahmed Amer Mohamed al-Humaidi at the preparatory meeting for the climate change conference.
Qatar took part in the preparatory meeting and unofficial consultations for the Paris Conference of the Parties on climate change (COP21), which took place in the French capital at the invitation of the French government, the current president of the conference.
HE the Minister of Environment Ahmed Amer Mohamed al-Humaidi led Qatar’s delegation to the event, which precedes the conference that will be held from November 30 to December 11 with the participation of nearly 70 countries.
The unofficial consultations followed up on the outcomes of the official meetings as part of the team on Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) that works under the umbrella of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
The meetings aim to reach an agreement at COP21 that goes into effect in 2020, with the last round of the team’s meetings tipping the balance of the potential text of the agreement and enlisting the significant issues for developing countries.
The unofficial consultations also focused on a set of important issues with the aim of bringing closer views of member-states.
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