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Malta reiterates commitment to COP21 climate change agreement

Environment minister Leo Brincat in Paris for high-level EU talks on the implementation of a climate action deal that was adopted by 195 countries in December 

Staff Reporter
13 February 2016, 10:44am
Environment minister Leo Brincat with other EU environment ministers in Paris
Environment minister Leo Brincat with other EU environment ministers in Paris
Environment minister Leo Brincat insisted that nothing must be allowed to get in the way of the COP21 agreement, a major UN deal to tackle climate change that was adopted by 195 countries in December.

Brincat was speaking during a high-level climate change meeting at the Dutch embassy in Paris, organised by the French government and the Dutch presidency of the EU council.

The meeting was spearheaded by Dutch environment minister Sharon Dijksma and French environment minister Segolene Royal.

In a brief statement, Brincat said that the meeting focused on the private sector’s role in tackling climate change and on an upcoming document that EU environment ministers will draft on the implementation of the COP21. 

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