Ban Ki-moon calls for
final push for climate agreement based on 'global vision'
PARIS, Dec. 12 (PNA/Xinhua) -- Secretary General of the United Nations
Ban Ki-moon on Friday called on negotiators and ministers to reach a final
outcome the Paris climate talks.
"As secretary general of the United Nations, I'm urging the negotiators to
make their decision, based on global vision," he said, adding that "this is
not the moment of talking about national perspectives."
"A low-carbon economy will help implementation of Sustainable Development
Goals, which were adopted by the world leaders with a strong enthusiasm last
September," Ban stressed.
"I'm urging and appealing all the states parties to take the final decision
for humanity," he stated.
French Foreign Minister and president of COP21 Laurent Fabius on Friday said
he would present the final text to negotiators at 09:00 a.m. local time
(0800 GMT) on Saturday.
"I will present to all the parties the text, which I'm sure, will be
approved and be a great step forwards for all humanity," Fabius told the
Parties worked through the night on Thursday and resumed consultations with
all groups Friday. (PNA/Xinhua)