DOHA: ‘China mostly satisfied’ with climate change talks

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English: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – COP14. Poznań. Poland Polski: Konferencja Klimatyczna ONZ w Poznaniu. 1-12 grudnia 2008. Wejście główne MTP Poznań. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Kyoto Protocol
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From China Daily : China is satisfied with the achievements of the United Nations climate talks held inDoha, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

Spokesman Hong Lei said at a regular press briefing that by maintaining the basic legal institutions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Changes and its Kyoto Protocol, the talks advanced multilateral climate change talks in general and sent out a positive signal to international society.

However, Hong said developed countries diluted their responsibilities and the common but differentiated principle in the talks. They also lack the political will to reduce emissions and transfer techniques, he said.

“That’s the reason why the talks have seen no more achievements and is the main obstacle the international society will be faced with when countering climate change issues,” Hong said.

China will further strengthen cooperation with other countries on the implementation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Changes and its Kyoto Protocol, Hong added.

United Nations climate talks held in Doha on last Saturday resulted in the adoption of a package of drafts for the second period of Kyoto the Protocol and commitments on climate financing after overnight negotiations over differences between developed and developing countries.

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