Joint CommuniquéEU-African Union Joint Communiqué on the Implementation of the Paris Agreement
Brussels/Addis Ababa, 1 June 2017
The European Union and the African Union reaffirm their strong commitment to full implementation of the Paris agreement, and call on all partners to keep up the momentum created in 2015.
Ahead of the COP23 in November they pledge to work together to finalise the Paris Agreement work programme. Climate change and renewable energy will figure on the agenda of the upcoming Africa-EU Summit in Abidjan on 29/30 November. This will be an opportunity to confirm the strong solidarity with those most vulnerable to climate change and the determination to work together to build strong and sustainable economies and societies resilient to climate change. The European Union and the African Union reaffirm their commitment to continuing to address the adverse effects of climate change on human and animal health, natural ecosystems and other social and economic impacts that threaten our developmental gains as a global community.
Ms Ebba Kalondo, (+251115182903)
Spokesperson in the Chairperson's Office, African Union Commission.
General public inquiries: kalondoE@africa-Union.org
Mr. Biruk Feleke (+251911514809)
Press & Information Officer, EU Delegation to the African Union
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