US, China agree to co-operate on climate crisis – US and China agree to co-operate on climate crisis

The two largest producers of greenhouse gases in the world have issued a joint statement saying they will cooperate in mitigating climate change.

The United States and China have agreed to cooperate on the climate crisis

Beijing / Washington. The meeting between US Special Envoy John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping has paid off. The United States and China, the world’s largest carbon pollutants, have agreed to work with other countries to combat climate change. The two largest producers of greenhouse gases in the world have issued a joint statement saying they will cooperate in mitigating climate change. Talks were held in Shanghai from Thursday to Friday.

The United States and China said in a joint statement that they are committed to cooperating with each other and other countries in tackling the climate crisis. This crisis must be dealt with seriously and immediately.

The statement said that from both sides, to enhance their respective functions and co-operate in multilateral processes, including the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement. The statement also said that the two countries, through their leadership and cooperation, recalled their historic contribution to the development, adoption, signing and signing of the Paris Agreement.

The two countries have reached an agreement at a time when US President Joe Biden will host a digital summit with world leaders in a few days to discuss climate change. Biden has invited 40 world leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, to the summit on April 22 and 23. Former Secretary of State John Kerry visited China last week. This is Biden’s first visit to China since taking office as president in January.

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