Parliament officially ratified the Paris Climate Accord confirming Montenegro’s fight against climate change. In total, 41 Parliamentarians (all present) voted in support. Sustainable Development and Tourism Minister Pavle Radulovic took the lead and pledged Montenegro would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 1,572 kilotons. He pointed out that President Filip Vujanovic signed the Agreement in New York last April with former UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon. (Photo Courtesy of the UN and translated from VIJESTI).
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