European Council President Donald Tusk called on the President of the United States Donald trump is not out of the Paris climate agreement. About this Tusk wrote in his microblog on Twitter.
“Please don’t change (political) climate for the worst,” wrote Tusk.
[email protected] please don’t change the (political) climate for the worse.
— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) 1 June 2017 R.
Earlier, U.S. President said that he will announce his decision regarding the Paris climate agreement on Thursday evening in Kiev.
“I will announce my decision in relation to the Paris agreement at 3pm on Thursday (22:00 Kyiv time – Ed.)”, – wrote the American President in his Twitter.
I will be announcing my decision on Paris Accord, Thursday at 3:00 P. M. The White House Rose Garden. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) on 1 June 2017 R.
As reported previously in the American media appeared information about the fact that trump has decided to withdraw from an international climate agreement.
As said before, Axios newsletter, citing two sources, the details of exactly how the United States will withdraw from the agreement, worked out by a small team of employees, including the head of the Agency for environmental protection Scott Pruitt.
In particular, they have to decide whether the United States to initiate the output in compliance with all formalities, which may take up to three years, or released it in an accelerated mode, bypassing formal procedures.
Agreement to combat climate change was produced in Paris in 2015 and to be concluded in April 2016 in the headquarters of UN in new York.
Signatures under the document were put by representatives of over 170 countries, including the US, China and Russia. It replaced the Kyoto Protocol. The Paris agreement obliged the US by 2025 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26-28% compared with 2005 levels.
The President of the United States trump during election campaign promised to withdraw the U.S. from the agreement. Only two countries in the world supported the agreement: Syria and Nicaragua.
Recall that the Paris climate agreement will continue to apply even if the U.S. decides to get out of it, said the head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.