How are the negotiations progressing in view of COP26?

In preparation for the COP26 at the end of this year in Glasgow, negotiations are currently ongoing at the international level to prepare a possible agreement. DP MPs Gusty Graas and Max Hahn wanted to know more about the content and progress of these negotiations from the responsible ministre.

« La 26e Conférence des Parties (« COP26 ») aura lieu du 1er au 12 novembre 2021 à Glasgow, après qu’elle devait être remportée à cause de la pandémie. En préparation de la COP26 des négociations importantes se déroulent entre le 31 mai et le 17 juin afin d’aboutir sur un accord qui pourrait être adopté lors de la COP26.

Dans ce contexte nous aimerions poser les questions suivantes à Madame la Ministre de l’Environnement, du Climat et du Développement durable :

– Madame la Ministre peut-elle informer sur les sujets qui sont actuellement négociés en amont de la COP26 ?

– Quel est l’état d’avancement des négociations ? Le cas échéant, quels sont les résultats de ces négociations ?

– Quelle est la position défendue par le Luxembourg dans ces négociations ? »

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