More than 130 countries expected to sign Paris Agreement tomorrow


More than 130 countries, including Guyana, have confirmed that they will sign the Paris Agreement on climate change on 22 April (Earth Day) —the first day that the agreement will be open for signature. Over 60 Heads of State and Government are to attend the signing ceremony hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

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The signing ceremony will mark the first step toward ensuring that the Paris Agreement – agreed last December – enters into force as early as possible. The agreement will enter into force 30 days after at least 55 countries, accounting for 55 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions, deposit their instruments of ratification or acceptance with the Secretary-General.

The Secretary-General will convene the signing ceremony at 8:30 a.m. (New York time) in the General Assembly Hall at UN Headquarters in New York and is expected to hold a press conference later in the day.

These events will be webcast live at

INews will provide an update on this event soon.


  1. More than 130 countries expected to sign Paris Agreement tomorrow
    PNC was counting their lucky stars and licking their chops that awe gon geh Norway money..
    PNC really counting heavily on oil money and are on their knees and elbows hoping and praying that oil go back to over 100$ a barrel.
    Too bad big brother will handle all the oil money so PNC cant get their dutty paws on it for PNC hump up jump up.
    I have new for PNC and very sad news too–The entire business world knows your track record bankrupting Guyana and your fericious apete for big US dollars — like what you did with that 2.1B US$$ debit you saddled Guyanese with.


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