According to reference news,热议资讯 it quoted Reuters on December 10 that the highest diplomat in Argentina's new climate change affairs said that under the leadership of the new President Havier Miller, Argentina will continue to abide by the Paris Agreement that responds to climate change.".
According to reports, Millai's appointment of senior diplomats, Masia Laiviggi, became the highest diplomat in Argentina's climate change affairs.Lavaggi has served as Argentine Ambassador to Senegal and has rich experience in climate change issues. He has participated in the "Adaptation Fund for Climate Change" and served as the United Nations Climate Change Framework Convention.Negotiation representatives of the Capital Congress (COP25).Lavagi was recalled for Buenos Aires about a week ago, and her new foreign minister asked her to accept this position.Lavagi said she was "surprised."
Levaggig said that in order to fulfill the campaign commitment, the Ministry of Environmental Ministry will be part of the Mirley government to reduce government scale measures, and the Ministry of Environment will "allocate them to different departments."However, in Miller's political agenda, environmental problems will not be placed in a lower position."The economic situation in Argentina is severe. When the government came to power, we shoulders the strong mission of reducing fiscal expenditure and reforming the public sector," she said.
After accepting the appointment, Lavagi became the head of the 28th Conference of the Contracting Congress (COP28) Argentine delegation to Dubai to the Dubai to participate in the Dubai.Levaggig said that Argentina will also keep their promises and achieve net zero emissions by 2050."This is why I came to this conference. In order to allow our party interests and the people who pay close attention to this process, I believe that Argentina will continue to abide by the Paris Agreement. We will abide by all the environmental protection agreements we have signed."Milai is a liberal, he believes in market forces. The market requires measures to deal with climate change," Levaggi said.